A fairytale or a nightmare? Joyous or a warning sign?
Australian artist Adam Parer creates extraordinary large scale immersive works. A fairytale or a nightmare? Joyous or a warning sign? This huge installation is impossible to ignore.
- Artist: Amanda Parer
- Venue: Exchange Flags
- Time: 5.00pm – 10.00pm
Australian artist Amanda Parer creates an extraordinary, large scale immersive works.
As part of our nine day festival of light, sound and art; River of Light, you can experience this art up-close within the square of Exchange Flags. Already one of Liverpool’s most instagrammable locations, Exchange Flags is home to an installation that is impossible to ignore.
The installation is best viewed when illuminated between 5.00pm and 10.00pm daily.
About the artist:
Parer Studio’s principal creative, Amanda Parer, is an Australian artist who began her art
career as a painter and sculptor in Sydney but now resides in Tasmania with her family, where she focused her practice on creating and presenting public art installations around the globe.
Inspired by the dramatic Tasmanian landscape, Parer’s artwork aims to explore the natural world, it’s fragility and the role of humanity within it. When the audience visits one of these ephemeral art installations they are enticed by the play of scale, light, dark, drama, and humour.
The giants of Parer Studio’s creations stand enlarged, stimulating imaginations while offering scope for reflection about our state with the natural world. Parer Studio art installations have been on continual display since Parer first moved to this art
form in 2014 and has so far been exhibited in 100 cities around the globe and they continue to capture public and media attention where ever they go.
Parer Studio is comprised of a team of producers, engineers, lighting, digital designers
and technicians working internationally to develop, create the artwork, and to manage
Event Date: Friday 1st November – Wednesday 9th October 2019
Location: Exchange Flags, Liverpool, UK