‘…Float…’ through the farm
The scent of savoury gets left behind as you enter the trails around Mount Scio farm to witness the deep greens of foliage become interwoven with blue fabric, and decorations of painted rubber boots, umbrellas, mirrors and sinks, scattered in the trees.
…float…” is a multi-media art installation taking place on July 1 at Mount Scio farm and puts sets, actors and choirs on the trail along the perimeter of the farm. It involves a moving audience, of up to 100 people at a time.
Together with Shawn Kerwin, Keiley soon set about designing the pieces.
Functionally, it’s like walking through a movie, the scenes changing at the pace of your feet. Visually, it’s like an inverted haunted house, where the objects and people that pop out to surprise you are meant to invoke a wider array of emotions, rather than just fear.
Keiley simply wanted to take sound and music, put it in an unfamiliar spot, and give other people the opportunity to enjoy the area surrounding the farm, which is usually not open to the public.
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