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Station 4: Stone Pillars

June 11, 2020

Lily Hibberd
Guest post by Artist in Residence, Lily Hibberd Lily Hibberd is an interdisciplinary artist and writer working with frontiers of time and memory. Her projects are developed in long term place and community-based collaboration, and research with local artists, scientists and historians through combinations of performance, writing, painting, photography, sound, moving image and installation art.

Station 3: Grey Doors

June 10, 2020

Lily Hibberd
Guest post by Artist in Residence, Lily Hibberd Lily Hibberd is an interdisciplinary artist and writer working with frontiers of time and memory. Her projects are developed in long term place and community-based collaboration, and research with local artists, scientists and historians through combinations of performance, writing, painting, photography, sound, moving image and installation art.

Station 2: Sydney Observatory South Marker

June 9, 2020

Lily Hibberd
Guest post by Artist in Residence, Lily Hibberd Lily Hibberd is an interdisciplinary artist and writer working with frontiers of time and memory. Her projects are developed in long term place and community-based collaboration, and research with local artists, scientists and historians through combinations of performance, writing, painting, photography, sound, moving image and installation art.

Station 1: Sydney Observatory Transit Circle Telescope

June 8, 2020

Lily Hibberd
Guest post by Artist in Residence, Lily Hibberd Lily Hibberd is an interdisciplinary artist and writer working with frontiers of time and memory. Her projects are developed in long term place and community-based collaboration, and research with local artists, scientists and historians through combinations of performance, writing, painting, photography, sound, moving image and installation art.

An Introduction: Boundless – Remapping Sydney Meridian

June 8, 2020

Lily Hibberd
Over these next four weeks we are going to retrace a path that I walked, along what is known as the Meridian of Sydney, which will carry us through plural dimensions of time, past and present, as well as space.