From day to night

VIVID is approaching fast and with it, come thousands of annual visitors. Last year, immersed in the flow of gobsmacked viewers, I gazed at the vibrant lights and colours shining throughout the city.

This year, with 7 other artists, I will exhibit my work, in Surry Hills, as part of the Lumenal show, at TAP gallery, just a few minutes ride from Sydney CBD.

I am so excited to show a new extension of my series of light installation Soul Whisperer. If you missed it during Northcote festival or at NORTH in North Sydney... here is your chance!

You are all very welcome for the opening night on Wednesday the 7th from 6-8pm. Bring your friends, family, neighbours and share a drink with the artists and curator.

For more info, please follow this link.

If you cannot attend the opening, be reassured, in the following days, there will be opportunities to participate to workshops and meet with the artists.

Learn not to write haiku, get to know what it takes to become a ghost writer or learn to disappear! I will myself run a free workshop on the 8th of June and will show you how to make your own phosphorescent light.

Find out when/what/where HERE

And if you still hesitate, wonder who all these great artists are, just visit Lumenal facebook page, post a message and your questions will be answered.

See you on the 7th!

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Born in France, Sofie Dieu’s first encounter with art was through church. With a penchant for ritual and spirituality, the artist is best known for her fragile, sombre, and sometimes violent ink paintings and textile works.


Poetic and humanist, her practice draws on her journeys to China and Australia. She explores how identity and memory fluctuate according to their immediate environment. Landscapes, people, secrecy, healing, and the dichotomy between light and darkness are some of her recurring themes.


Multi-art prizes and award finalist, her work was included in the Sydney North Art Prize, Waterhouse Natural Science prize and the Contemporary Art Award amongst others. In 2016, she worked on the Camperdown Cemetery installation for Sydney Biennale. In 2017, her work will be shown during Vivid and Mental Health Month in Sydney.