Eden Unearthed

Through spring and into the summer months within the lush green landscape of Eden Gardens at Macquarie Park on Sydney’s north side, a dazzling display of sculpture, installations and interactive sound works are on show in ‘Eden Unearthed’, including a giant Kokedama ball (moss ball) – an ancient Japanese form of plant sculpting.

Linda Sok, Tunnels, 2019, installation view Eden Unearthed 2019. Photograph: Brian Rapsey. Courtesy the artist and Eden Unearthed, Eden Gardens, Sydney

Until 31 January, 2020 the public are invited to explore the gardens with the aide of an interactive catalogue, which tells the stories behind the works of 40 artists who have come together to show their concerns and ignite conversation about current and future issues surrounding the environment and sustainability while capturing the beauty and extraordinary qualities of all that exists in the world around us.