Shimmering rows of reflective compact discs lit by pulses of light comprise the artwork, an installation that evokes sunlight bouncing off the surface of flowing water.

Conceiving this installation as a meditation on Herman Hesse’s 1922 novel, Siddhartha.  At the heart of the book lies a journey with a ferryman crossing a river; that crossing becomes symbolic of enlightenment as the ferryman provides both passenger and reader insights into the interdependence of all things. The water in the river serves as a metaphor for the continuous flow of time, melding the past, present and future into a single, ever-moving whole.

Through materials and technologies, the location of the artwork, and the scale of his  installations, he layers ideas and interpretations. Munro hopes to spark a joie de vivre inspired by nature, the complexity of the human mind, and the vastness of the cosmos.

This exhibition has now closed.

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