It’s a strange feeling, this feeling of chaos, while everything is so quiet. Life has become still, while everything feeling like it is falling apart. Taking in the little, quiet moments has become a way of coping. We’ve found a new appreciation for the place we call home.

These works are a reflection on the contrast of a still life while the world is in a kind of chaos.

For this project we’re bringing the art gallery to you!

All you’ll have to do is print the works, hang them on your wall and bring them to life through Artivive, an Augmented Reality app. 

Collaborators

A Quiet Chaos has been supported by HOTA, Home of the Arts through HOTA’s Artist fund: Rage against the V(irus). 

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The Artists
Elke Gill
Visual and Interactive Designer (Motion, Branding, Illustration, Photography)
Elke is an emerging creative practitioner with a focus on environmentally conscious design.Her passions lie in creating interactive experiences through motion and digital art, designing and producing laser cut jewellery, and utilizing her skillset in visual design and marketing to build brands.Elke has ambition to create memorable and conscious brands, as well as design digital and physical spaces that insight thought, inspire feelings and tell stories.

Drew Magnum
Architectural Designer
Drew’s passion lies in creative problem solving to develop and present architectural solutions that meet user, functional and aesthetic needs now and for the future. Being a creative, Drew enjoys creating works that intertwines her passions of architecture and art. Mixed media architectural and interior inspired collages are a way she expresses her ideas and thoughts about our ever-changing future.

Lachlan MacLeod
Sound Engineer, Producer
Lachlan’s art form lies in producing songs and designing soundscapes that allow an audience to truly immerse themselves in the experience while evoking a feeling that is different for each individual.

His passion was first drawn from the desire to record and produce his own band, As Chaos Falls. He went to study a diploma with one goal in mind: creating an album. He quickly fell in love with the process and science behind sound which lead him to finish a degree and start his career as a producer and engineer. He now works with local artists to produce music while also using sound as a medium for creating art.

Check out Lachlan’s website, Salad Studios

Follow the steps

01. Download

Select the print (if not all) you’d like to add to your home gallery. To download your print in A4 for free* please add XS with no framing to your cart. When asked for shipping select ‘local pickup’. You will be given a download link once you have placed the order.

We know that not everyone owns a printer in this digital age, so we’ve also allowed you the option to purchase professionally printed and framed works. Prints will either be delivered to your door or can be picked up locally (Kingscliff or Coolangatta).

02. Print

Once you’ve downloaded your favourite artworks you’re ready for printing!

For best printing results make sure your paper is placed straight in the tray and select ‘high quality print’ in the printing settings.

03. Frame & Hang

We’d suggest framing the prints for the best result and to keep the artwork in tact over time however your favourite colour of washi tape will not go astray.

Find a bare wall and hang your new artworks.

04. Install App

Download the free Artivive app on either your smart phone or tablet. Artivive is available on both the Apple Store & Google Play.

05. Sound on!

To experience captured sounds such as rain, a kettle boiling, laughter, some poetry and sweet guitar riffs by Lachlan you must have your sound on. 

Turn your devices sound on, put your headphones in and launch the app. 

06. Bring art to life
Once you’ve launched the app, simply bring your phone to the print and view the art through your smart phone or tablet.
 
07. Share the vibes

We’d love to see your home gallery! You can tag us on instagram @studioed_ 

*By downloading our artwork you agree to not distribute the artwork in any way that will result in commercial gain.