29 Nov - 31 Dec 2015
12 - 1pm
The concept implies the uncertainty of the melting time.
near Corbett Avenue
Thirroul, New South Wales, 2515
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Around 50 ice castings of traditional incandescent light bulbs will be released into Sally Kidall's local fresh water creek.
Their 100m journey towards the beach will be documented through video and photography as they melt and dispurse through the slow moving current.
Depending on the tide and weather conditions the outcome at this stage is inconclusive, this is key to its concept.
This action is part of the project: 2° - Global Warming and its Environmental Impact
Organised by Artists in Nature International Network www.artinnature.org