Small Revolutions

Small Revolutions

A project commissioned by Kath Melbourne for Melbourne Fringe Festival and installed in Federation Square, Melbourne, 2007.

From the program: Take a plunge, spin out, teeter on the edge, be transported. Communities of young and old, a kinetic sculptor and artists have conjured a surprising take on what connects us all.
Mechanisms, structures, projections and soundscapes within this highly-visible sculpture encourage interaction from the audience, whilst examining the nature of life and aging in a way that is relevant to people across all generations.

Click here for an interview with Alex in The Age about the Small Revolutions project.

In collaboration with other key (community and multimedia) artists, Jeremy Angerson and Nadja Kostich.

Since re-imagined and installed for a Craft Victoria Craft Cubed satellite event, at the Stringybark Festival in Rowville and as part of the Play exhibition at Lot 19 gallery in Castlemaine.

Photos by John Sones photography, Jeremy Angerson and Alex Sanson. Movie by Alex Sanson