Amanda Parer

Biography:

Parer Studio’s principal creative, Amanda Parer, is a Tasmanian artist who began her art career as a fine artist, but now focuses her practice on creating and presenting public art installations globally.

Parer’s artwork aims to explore the natural world, it’s fragility and our role within it. When the audience visits one of these ephemeral installations, they are enticed by the sense of induced by the use of scale, light, dark, drama and humour.

The giants of Parer Studio’s creations stand enlarged, stimulating imaginations while offering scope for reflection. Parer Studio art installations have been on continual display since Parer first moved to this art form in 2014 and has so far been exhibited in over 100 cities around the globe, enjoyed by millions and they continue to capture public and media attention wherever they go.

Parer Studio is comprised of a team of producers, engineers, lighting, digital designers and technicians working internationally to create the artwork and to manage their display.

“I raise questions about our relationship with the natural world. I communicate this by use of; scale, drama, light, and humour. I aim to entice my audience with beautiful, mostly invasive (including us) or endangered species, standing prominent in their given habitats.” Amanda Parer, Artist

Artwork

Title:

Lost

Description:

The Lost installation artwork features large botanicals to celebrate nature whilst inspiring fantasy. Parer Studio’s artwork explores the human relationship with the natural world. The monumental flora celebrated in this artwork are either extinct or endangered botanical species from around the globe which are delicately coloured, illuminated, and vibrant highlighting the beauty and wonder that has been or that is soon to be Lost .

The large-scale flowers and leaves of Lost are made from printed nylon 210D, illuminated by internally placed led lights and inflated using continual air blowers. The exhibition allows visitors to wander through the flowers that have seemingly grown to form part of Beyond the Sand.

“Lost creates a space where people are immersed in nature’s beautiful forms – a wondrous environment that allows visitors to reflect and play.” – Amanda Parer, Artist

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