The Trees have Eyes

The Trees have Eyes

 

Strange things happen at dusk in Hobart, Tasmania’s capital, during the Ten Days on The Island biennial festival. Every two years, the Australian state is host to hundreds of cultural events and art installations. I had been waiting in Franklin Square for my airport shuttle for two hours before I realized that the trees behind me were blinking. Craig Walsh, an Australian projection artist, was responsible for the eerie and mesmerizing faces, which would look around periodically as if to catch your eye. Next year’s festival is scheduled for the 15-25 of March, 2013.

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