Michael Morgan presents his Exhibition: "Impermanent Vessels - Rebirth" in the Sally Walker building, Deakin Waterfront Campus, Geelong. The Exhibition opened on 8th May and continues till 25 May 2014 (closed Mondays).
Michael Morgan Art has set up a contemplative space at Deakin Waterfront Campus, and hopes that everyone can connect with the story of the impermanent vessels. The project is about the evolutionary processes in all aspects of our life.
Michael Morgan's project began in December 2012, when the Vessels were first placed in the Ocean. The Vessels were left on the ocean floor in various locations (see the map) and then retrieved a while later with amazing results.
Placement of vessels
Michael had some assistance retrieving his "impermanent vessels" from his good friends Craig and Jack Elstone. They assisted with the retrieval and also with the underwater work.
When I first saw Michael Morgan Art on facebook, it took me a while to work out how the "vessels" came to look like they do in the exhibition. I don't want to say too much about the vessels, as I think they tell their own story better when you see them for yourself. I have included a few photos to whet your appetite.
Please go along and view the art, feel it, breathe it. I want to see more of Michael Morgan Art myself.