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Thursday, May 31, 2018

Biennale Sydney, Cockcatoo Island

I'll take you to Biennale Sydney at Cockcatoo Island by sketches. Although it's freezing on Cockatoo Island in rainy days, a friendly chat, happy family and smiling visitors around Anya Gallaccio’s work keep us warm. The ongoing work is made by dropping cray. Of course, kids get excited most! 
Koji Ryui's "Singing Vessels" is beautiful and tranquil, my favourite. Many transparent balls and vessels. It's inspiring. Seeing is believing. Come and feel it.   
The most eye provoking work is Ai Weiwei, "Law of the journey", refugees and human rights issues. Being an exhibition host is privileged to have an interpersonal conversation with visitors. Anyone can interpret Ai Weiwei's work in her own way, yet, this work certainly conveys a strong message – which amazes me. Wow, I’m learning a lot. 
Biennale Sydney Cockatoo Island has a lots more fascinating art works. If you have a time, come and enjoy interesting art work. Biennale Sydney will wrap up on 11 June. You may see me on Cockatoo Island. The great bonus. Through a volunteer work, I could learn lot about contemporary art and saw many lovely and interesting people having dreams in art. 


Now, my teaching at primary school is going well. Other projects, too. Very busy though, I love a creative life and thank for many supporters. Friends, I appreciate your strong support and friendship. 
Friends, Happy Painting! Art brings us friendship. 





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8 comments:

  1. Sounds like a wonderful place to visit, Sadami. Wish I could just hop on a plane and enjoy.
    Still, I am happy to see it through your eyes - your impressions and your exciting artwork! Thank you for the lovely tour!

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    1. Thank you very much, Chris, for your encouragement. It's very interesting to see leading contemporary art work. I learn a lot. Cheers, Sadami

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  2. Another great post of interesting things you are doing and seeing. I’m glad the classes are going well and that you are filling your days with art!!

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    1. Oh, kind Rhonda, thank you. Very busy though, I love this. I'm learning a lot from school teaching and being a Host at a huge, contemporary art exhibition that involves key art functioning places in Sydney. Cheers, Sadami

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  3. Eres una gran animadora del dibujo! Y los niños estarán felices con tu arte e infinita bondad.
    Un abrazo.

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    1. Muchas gracias, amable Joshemari. Enseñar no es fácil y aprendo mucho. Espero crecer como artista. Mis mejores deseos, Sadami

      Thank you very much, kind Joshemari. Teaching is not easy and I learn a lot. I hope I will grow as an artist. Best wishes, Sadami

      >>>>>>>>>> Joshemari said...
      You are a great animator of drawing! And the children will be happy with your art and infinite kindness.
      A hug.

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  4. Wonderful sketches. One can feel the atmosphere. Congratulations Sadami!

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    1. Thank you, Agnieszka! Your cheers lift me up after school teaching. I have to prepare for a next week and ongoing projects. Best wishes, Sadami

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