A flurry of flags over the Auckland Arts Festival garden at Aotea Square.
The installation is called: Fly me up to where you are by Tiffany Singh and this is the explanation:
Using participation, collaboration and materials drawn from common rituals, Tiffany Singh explores the power of art to build a community.
Inspired by the ancient Tibetan tradition of prayer flags, Fly Me Up To Where You Are
gathers the hopes and dreams of thousands of Auckland’s school children
in the form of hand-painted dream flags created in workshops with the artist.
Their flags are united in a stunning public installation, transforming Aotea Square with a mass of joyous colour.
One thought on “Fly me up to where you are”
Makes me miss Sir Ed all over again.
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