Kiewa is an immersive audiovisual installation that explores the history of the Australian Alpine Valley region and the impact of one of the largest hydroelectric schemes in Victoria. Using video mapping to collapse the distance between the physical environment and the digital projection, audiences are invited to enter and investigate the constructed sensory space.
Deborah Barkun’s essay: A Guided Walk Through the Contemporary Sublime: Shannon Lean Collis’ Kiewa
This work was made possible with the support of the Bogong Centre for Sound Culture's residency program
and the Canada Council for the Arts.