- 2021 ARTWORKS
- Geo Shrine
Artist: Pamela Lee Brenner
Title: Geo Shrine
Materials: PET, PVC, wood, paint, LEDs, motion sensors, metal – from found objects
The work is a portrayal of a biome of plastic material with a plastic deity at the epicentre, creating a small universe made of plastic. It is a statement about the pervasiveness of plastic in our life, where it is very useful. Yet, while we worship our deities we are now more aware of a side effect unfolding. The work title also refers to geodesic domes often used for greenhouses, as well as the earth.
This artwork is For Sale. POA
Pamela Lee Brenner and Johannes Muljana are visual artists, sculptors and designers exploring the expression of artistic ideas using physical and digital media, through sculpture, augmented reality, animation, performance, installations and multimedia. Combined, their works have been seen in many exhibitions around Australia including Art in the Park, Sculpture by the Sea Bondi and Cottesloe, Swell Festival on the Gold Coast, Hidden at Rookwood Cemetery and Sculpture in the Vineyards. As a collaboration, their experience covers areas such as architecture, design, art direction for TV, software-based and physical performance, and augmented reality.