Stukel Stone collaborated with artist Sebastian Zagarella to bring the autobiographical installation to life.
An appropriated image of an HIV cell is applied to different mediums within a purpose built domestic environment, inviting the audience to enter into, and consider a personal perspective on life-defining illnesses – in this case HIV.
The installation bridges the gap between what is happening ‘inside’; a battle that is going on at a cellular level, and ‘out’. It hopes to encourage audiences to engage with the reality of this life-defining illness and spark personal conversations about something often left unspoken.
Design Consultant: TOBHIYAH STONE FELLER
Team: DANIEL STUKEL BEASLY
Client/Artist: SEBASTIAN ZAGARELLA
Set Fabrication: THOMAS CREATIVE
Photography: RAFAL GAWEDA
Pine Street Gallery Chippendale,
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