See Fed Square transform into an electric canvas with the work of internationally acclaimed Indigenous artist Reko Rennie.
Following its premiere for White Night Melbourne 2016, the spectacular, kaleidoscopic light projection will flood the facades of Fed Square over four nights for The Light in Winter.
Through building-mapping and artistic projections onto Fed Square’s many geometric sandstone, zinc and glass surfaces, inter-disciplinary artist Reko Rennie provokes discussion surrounding Indigenous culture and identity in contemporary urban environments.
About Reko Rennie
Reko Rennie is an interdisciplinary artist who explores his Aboriginal identity through contemporary mediums. Reko’s art incorporates his association to the Kamilaroi people, using traditional geometric patterning that represents his community. Reko has shown internationally including Venice, Paris, Berlin, Jakarta, Shanghai and USA. Recent highlights include: 2015 Venice Biennale, 2014 Art Gallery of NSW, 2013 – GOMA commission, 2012-13 La Trobe University public art commission, 2012 Archibald Prize Finalist, a solo exhibition at SCOPE Art Fair, New York 2012, a 35-metre commissioned work by the Washington DC Arts and Humanities and a two-year public artwork, Neon Natives as part of the 2011 Melbourne Laneway Commission.