Libia Castro and Ólafur Ólafsson, ‘Bosbolobosboco #6 (Departure–Transit–Arrival)’, 2014, waterside contemporary
Libia Castro and Ólafur Ólafsson, ‘Bosbolobosboco #6 (Departure–Transit–Arrival)’, 2014, waterside contemporary
Libia Castro and Ólafur Ólafsson, ‘Bosbolobosboco #6 (Departure–Transit–Arrival)’, 2014, waterside contemporary
Libia Castro and Ólafur Ólafsson, ‘Bosbolobosboco #6 (Departure–Transit–Arrival)’, 2014, waterside contemporary

During their stay in Sydney, in collaboration with The Refugee Art Project, refugees and psychologist Nina Melksham, Castro and Ólafsson created a biomorphic audio sculpture. Using methods of relaxation and memory visualisation four refugees describe, in dialogue with Melksham, images of departure, transit and arrival, from memories of their journey to Australia. Visitors are invited to sit or lie in the sculpture, made from wood, shred cardboard, textiles, used clothes and layers of cello tape, and listen to the audio through headphones.

Biennale of Sydney, 2014
Secession, Vienna, 2014