Anastasis is the ancient Greek word for resurrection, carrying with it a sense of rising and recovery. Within this immersive installation over 2,500 seedlings are arranged to symbolically represent life cycles, the changing seasons and abundance of nature. These themes are reiterated within the accompanying soundscape by Bob Birch that beautifully captures the dawn of a spring day. You are invited to spend time at the installation, walk through it, sit with it and take time out to reflect.
Anastasis opens on Easter Sunday (16 April) with three guided reflections and closes on Earth Day (22 April) when you are invited to come and take as many seedlings as you like during the day.
ANASTASIS: EASTER SUNDAY REFLECTION
Join us at the beginning of our installation for an opportunity to explore and reflect on ideas of resurrection in relation to the Easter story.
Guided sessions are 30 minutes in length to give you the opportunity for gentle contemplation in a beautiful and calming environment. These will commence at 2pm, 3pm and 4pm and are free to attend but please RSVP by booking a free ticket here on Eventbrite.
The installation will be open for the following week and no booking is required for the remainder of the installation.
ANASTASIS: IMMERSIVE INSTALLATION
Immerse yourself in this tranquil setting with a printed reflection that prompts contemplation and celebration of spring and the cycles of life.
The installation will close on Earth Day when you are invited to take as many seedlings as you like. Choose from snap peas, beetroot, beans, sweet corn and sunflowers.