Backlits for Brisbane City Council

Photography by Josef Ruckli.


The Fireworks Digital team recently completed the print and installation of backlits for Brisbane City Council’s latest exhibition.


The backlits were installation over four locations:
Hutton Lane, King George Square Carpark, Fish and Eagle Lane.


The backlit series are a part of a new exhibition for Brisbane City Council that will run from now until April this year.


A place to call home is an exhibition delivered as part of Brisbane City Council’s BrisAsia Festival and the Outdoor Gallery. The collection of works showcases four local Asian-Australian artists, Deena Lynch, Dorothy Lau, Eliz Le and Vanessa Taylor. The exhibition presents a response to the varied experiences of these young artists, offering audiences a chance to reflect on the way that Brisbane’s rich cultural diversity influences perceptions and a collective cultural history. This exhibition is curated by Monica Wong. This exhibition runs from February to April 2019. Photography by Josef Ruckli.

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Photography by Josef Ruckli.