installations

Tribute

Living in the Noosa Hinterland has enabled Jan to enjoy a freedom for the bush lands, admire its beauty, and to appreciate and pay tribute to the ethnic people who originally cared for the land.

The original truth

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The fun installation "Robes de Theatre" at the Noosa Arts Theatre expressed the Carnivale Theme and was enjoyed by passing traffic and theatre goers alike.

Robes de Theatre

Artist Jan Dunlop hand making the art work “Robes de Theatre"

“Robes de Theatre” Noosa Arts Theatre Carnevale Theme

“Robes de Theatre”

“Robes de Theatre”

“Robes de Theatre”

masks

Carnivale Masks added to the Noosa Long Weekend celebrations

J Dunlop-008

Minimal and abstract this installation references mans burning and clearing of the natural forests. A wall of 15 were installed at The J,Noosa, Sunshine Coast

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The "re-used" rusted wire installation was completed during my residency at "Fourwinds Atelier" France.

Shall We Dance

How can we maintain our individuality under the impact of modern demands? This installation shows the sometimes human peculiarity of unknowingly following the crowd, it is presented as a humorous view of ourselves- when we occasionally find ourselves heading for nowhere.

Timecatchers

A silhouette figurative installation. The line appearing as a profile of transparency. A contour of a figure (perhaps me) attempting to catch time

Boxes of Time and Space

Can we express time and space? Man has smaller and smaller, less and less or more and more?

What have we done?

A site specific installation that address's the close relationship between man and the sea. What have we done portrays a sense of fear, fleeing falling or climbing. It is edgy disturbing and asks the viewer a variety of possible of environmental questions

What have we done? (detail)

A site specific installation that address's the close relationship between man and the sea. What have we done portrays a sense of fear, fleeing falling or climbing. It is edgy disturbing and asks the viewer a variety of possible of environmental questions

Grass Wardrobe detail

Catchment Collective site specific Installation. It all begins with water From the water to the trees From the trees to the threads And from the threads to the clothing of man

Grass Wardrobe

Catchment Collective site specific Installation. It all begins with water From the water to the trees From the trees to the threads And from the threads to the clothing of man

Whisperings of Revolution

This story is not pretty. What has man done with his machines, chains and the atmospheric change in temperature and climate? Trees contain "junk" DNA a term used to describe parts of DNA strands (Genome) that have no apparent function - could it possibility be a source of new coding for the future? Nobody knows how or why this is so.

    front and back-2 copy

    The fun installation "Robes de Theatre" at the Noosa Arts Theatre expressed the Carnivale Theme and was enjoyed by passing traffic and theatre goers alike.