Experiemental, multi-media artist Thomas Marcusson is bringing his exhibition Dichotomy to Salerno Gallery in Glebe. 

 

The highlight is The Worryball, a beautiful, interactive sculpture that encompasses more than 6000 Guatemalan worrydolls woven into a large sphere. Inside the ball is a speaker which broadcasts recordings of people’s worries, triggered by motion sensors around the room.

 

To record your own worries and hear other people’s worries on an online version of the ball, go to theworryball.com. 

 

Dichotomy is open until April 20, more details at salernogallery.com

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