The City of Sydney's vision for Chinatown is to create a precinct which celebrates the unique character and heritage of Chinatown and creates mor… Read More
The City of Sydney's vision for Chinatown is to create a precinct which celebrates the unique character and heritage of Chinatown and creates more space for pedestrians, cyclists, public art and outdoor markets.
Work to upgrade a number of laneways in Chinatown (Kimber Lane, Factory Street and Little Hay Street) aimed to make these streets pedestrian friendly, with fewer cars, better lighting, paving and more space for outdoor seating, and public art.
Kimber Lane was transformed by Sydney artist, Jason Wing, whose attention grabbing artwork "In Between Two Worlds", spread across the pavement and walls, and overhead with catenary lighting 'spirit figures' cabled across the laneway.
In Between Two Worlds is a striking installation that takes people on a journey as they walk through the laneway surrounded by glowing 'spirit figures' seeming to move between heaven and earth.
This video demonstrates how this remarkable artwork came together and includes the artist and project team who made it happen. Read Less