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Elizabeth Quay set to dazzle with immersive ‘bubble’ art installation

Elizabeth Quay transforms with Atelier Sisu’s bubble art, reflecting the sky by day and lighting up the water by night.

Elizabeth Quay is set to be transformed through an immersive art experience this April with large-scale ‘bubbles’ in the water, on land and in the air.

This public art event promises to captivate audiences with its stunning display of colour, light, and sound – brought to life by the acclaimed Sydney-based design studio Atelier Sisu and led by the visionary duo Renzo B. Larriviere and Zara Pasfield.

By day, the large-scale bubble installations will reflect the ever-changing hues of the sky, casting a spellbinding rainbow of colours across Elizabeth Quay.

By night, the 150 bubbles transform with lighting, bringing the waters of Elizabeth Quay alive with vibrant and dynamic colour.

Ephemeral celebrates the transient nature of life and the fragility of the world around us through the magic of ‘bubbles’ – bringing people together in fleeting moments of connection and community through a playful shared experience.

Renowned for their innovative approach to art and architecture, Atelier Sisu specialise in crafting experiential environments and installations that blur the lines between art and architecture, with a strong emphasis on public accessibility and inclusivity.

This international art installation follows its successful showcase at Walsh Bay during Sydney’s Vivid Sydney Festival and at the Leadenhall Building in London earlier this year.

Comments attributed to Lands Minister John Carey: “The Cook Labor Government is investing hundreds of millions to create jobs, economic activity, attract people and support small business in our city, including the new continued growth of Elizabeth Quay, the ECU Inner City Campus, redevelopment of Yagan Square, renewal of His Majesty’s Theatre and the planned renewal of the Perth Concert Hall.

“This unique installation offers an opportunity for people to come together and enjoy Perth’s premier waterfront precinct – Elizabeth Quay.

“This exhibition is just one of the many free community activities we’re delivering at Elizabeth Quay – driving both tourists and the people of Perth into the heart of the city to experience it in a new and exciting way.

“We’re undertaking a huge number of projects to drive renewal in our city, to make it a better place to live, work and play. There’s a real sense of commitment and energy to make our city more liveable, attractive and vibrant for locals and visitors alike.”

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