‘Calendar’ looks at the relevance of lunar cycles as a common basis of the Islamic, Buddhist and Hindu religious calendars. As a cyclical motif, the moon has represented the passage of time throughout human history, relating the individual experience of observation to a perpetual process. Stigmatised by Christian tradition the moon has become synonymous with the ‘other’, associating lunar activity with base instinct, femininity and the occult. By re-examining the pervasive nature of the moon in an urban environment I intend to open a dialogue that bypasses cultural boundaries, focusing on subjective responses to a universal presence.
'Calendar' was projected onto the northern wall of Perth Mosque, April 12 - May 4 2014.