Article by Ashley Wilson and Articulate, published on March 2022
Maria Fernanda Cardoso is fascinated by the microscopic. The miniature. The details that exist on the “edge of the visible”, barely apparent to the naked eye. She has just spent six years on an artwork that spans the length of a building, but her curiosity remains the same.
“In a public space, scale is very important, because most things go unperceived. The scale makes them visible,” says Cardoso.
Ripples and Droplets is a public art installation by Maria Fernanda Cardoso, commissioned by United Development Sydney as part of the Castle Residences mixed development at 116 Bathurst Street by Candalepas Associates.
Header image: Maria Fernanda Cardoso with her work Ripples and Droplets in Sydney. Photograph: Jillian Nalty
All images provided Courtesy of the Artist.
Video by David Varga, 2022
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