Bird of Freedom
Damashi Kahandawela, Sarah Evans, Amy Evans
The centrepiece of our design is a singular dove incorporating geometric, graphic shapes that are drawn to form a tribal design. The spiral in the centre of each wing represents inequality and there appears to be a human figure reaching out from the spiral design. The three circles at the tip of the wing are repreated inverted at the bottom of the wing to represent balance. The need for peace to radiate and spread throughout the world is represented with the circles radiating from the dove. Our design represents peace and freedom which needs to be recognised more often around us.
This Artist-in-Residence Grants Program project has been assisted by the Federal Government through the Australia Council for the Arts and the Western Australian State Government through the Department of Culture and the Arts and Department of Education.