Sky Eternal is a large-scale night-time video projection by local Narooma artist Cat Wilson,
showing from 5pm – 10pm daily in the front window of the SoArt Gallery Narooma, from Saturday July 25th – Saturday August 8th.
Over the last 2 years Cat has been filming time-lapse footage of clouds off the coast at Narooma.
The footage has been mirrored to create a kind of moving Rorschach inkblot that is mesmerising and beautiful.
There is something about the sky that is universal and timeless, that unites us all. It is a space where we can project our imagination, and offers a symbol of hope, innovation and salvation. No matter where or when in the world we find ourselves we are all of us under this Sky Eternal.
Cat was awarded micro grant through South East Arts that allowed her to purchase a video
projector and has made the project possible. Cat explains;
‘I am hoping that during these challenging times, this can be something to light up the winter nights for people passing by the gallery window.’
5pm – 10pm nightly
Saturday July 25th – Saturday August 8th
Front window of the SoArt Gallery Narooma (next to the Kinema)
Showing in conjunction with the ‘Be Inspired’ Exhibition
SoArt Gallery Narooma (next to the Kinema)
running until September 4th
Wed – Fri 10am – 2pm
Sat 9am – 12pm