WATER TRACES – Making the Invisible Visible
Water Traces – making the invisible visible
is now available online on Danae Stratou’s website here
. The artist completed the site-responsive land art project Water Traces
– making the invisible visible,
at The Farm Margaret River in Western Australia. The inauguration of the work took place on the 18th of November 2023. The art project will continue to be open to the public by appointment.Developed over the course of an eight week residency at The Farm Margaret River, WATER TRACES
– making the invisible visible
, explores the invisible water streams that run beneath the 80 acre property, merging into rivers above and below the earth and flowing out to sea. Using digital maps and an audio guide of field recordings, Stratou invites the public to walk these creek lines and discern the previously indiscernible.
Water Traces – making the invisible visible, 2023. The Farm Margaret River, Western Australia. Photo’s by Martine Perret, 2023.
OPEN DAY: JOIN US – JANUARY 3rd, 2024
We invite you to experience ‘WATER TRACES’ at an open-day event in the new year, further information can be found below. The Farm Margaret River invites you once again to experience ‘WATER TRACES: making the invisible visible’ by 2023 Artist in Residence, Danae Stratou (Greece).
Following the success of November’s launch event, we are pleased to welcome visitors back to The Farm on Wednesday January 3 2024 to witness the subtle revelation of hidden waterways which merge seamlessly with the natural landscape. Stratou will join the event digitally for an exclusive artist talk.
Wednesday, January 3rd, 2024 at 4pm
Artist talk commences at 4.30pm, WA time
Please wear walking shoes and bring headphones to experience the immersive soundscape
For further information or to RSVP for this event, please contact us at email@example.com
We hope to see you there.