The Percussion of Water streamed from the debris of‘And No Responsibility’which was installed over a 10 day period north east of Auckland, beside the coast, in a grove of Pohutukawa Trees in Tawharanui Reserve. A network of blue string and bells hung the wind blown inflated orange waste collection bags. Post-project the rubbish bags were deflated and returned to the council. I received a package containing a tangled nest of blue string and bells, like the percussion of water I turned the discarded plastic contents over and over at a quickening rhythm in my hands creating a confluent video / sound piece. Stills from 'The Percussion of Water' below:
Bird Walk Floor Installation + Do It Yourself Miromiro Foot Frottage Workshop / Brydee Rood at Japan Day Auckland New Zealand February 2010 / Materials: TGSI (tactile ground surface indicators) and plywood.
Quiet Bright / Installation / Brydee Rood 2009 / PPOW Gallery with The Hostess Project curated by Jamie Sterns / New York City USA / Materials: Hand cut general waste rubbish bag picado flags and solar lights / Review on The Big Idea by Ila Couch