Visible for miles in every direction, Amok Island's 25 -metre high mural spans three huge grain silos in Ravensthorpe, Western Australia. The artwork follows the flowering cycle of a Banksia, native to the region. This film, shot for FORM by Peacock Visuals in August and September 2016, documents Amok Island's 31 days painting. The film launches Amok Island's solo exhibition; Fitzgerald Biosphere, inspired by flora and fauna from that ecosystem, opening tonight at FORM gallery Perth 13/10/2016 through to December.
Film by peacockvisuals.com
Music: Lights and Motion "Silver Lining" licensed through Deep Elm Records