Day trip to Sydney

At the end of June I spent a lovely warm sunny day in Sydney thanks to Toshiba to see Japanese artist Tomokazu Matsuyama for Made in 17 hours at Museum of Contemporary ArtFrom Japan to Sydney Tomokazu succesfully created 5 vibrant pieces of art all from an unplugged Toshiba notebook. It was impressive to see what Tomokazu produced in that time. See below a little video of Tomokazu journey from Tokyo to Sydney.

It was so nice to be in Sydney to catch up with friends, soak up some sunshine and stroll around to discover some of the city’s street art.

Noted artworks above: Bird cages in Angel lane – Forgotten Songs by Michael Thomas Hill and Portrait of Jack Mundey by Alexandre Farto aka VHILS

Sydney AustraliaSydney, AustraliaMuseum of Contemporary Art, Sydney AustraliaMuseum of Contemporary Art, Sydneyby Tomokazu Matsuyama - Made in 17 hours at Museum of Contemporary Art, SydneyMuseum of Contemporary Art, Sydneyby Tomokazu Matsuyama for Made in 17 hours at Museum of Contemporary Art, SydneyTomokazu Matsuyama - Made in 17 hours at Museum of Contemporary Art, SydneyThe Rocks,Sydney AustraliaThe Rocks, Sydney Australia Forgotten Songs by Michael Thomas HillPortrait of Jack Mundey by Alexandre Farto aka VHILS

 

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5 comments

  1. Thanks everyone :)

    @picturette – Melb/Syd both have their ugly and pretty parts :) But Sydney certainly wins in the sunny category

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