May 28, 2021
Anne Zahalka has been invited to participate in the HIDDEN sculpture exhibition that takes place amongst the gardens and graves in one of the oldest sections of the Rookwood Cemetery. She will be activating the Cemetery’s ‘training graves’ in a new installation that ponders family history, remembrance and love.
The iconic sculpture walk, which began in 2009, is a unique opportunity to engage the community with Rookwood’s rich and diverse cultural landscape through the beauty of art. Today HIDDEN includes categories of Sculptures, Films and Students, providing the opportunity for an even wider range of artists to get involved.
60 artworks will exhibit in the cemetery, including sculptures, short films and community submissions featuring a range of artistic approaches, materials and forms. All artworks respond to the cemetery and engage with HIDDEN’s themes of history, culture, remembrance, diversity, love, mourning, spirituality, cycles of life and the passage of time. In 2021, Rookwood will present a broad span of works ranging from celebratory pieces that are big, bright and colourful, engaging interactive installations, through to contemplative, intimate and thought-provoking works. Read More.
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