Artist: Sally Lundburg Date: 2012
This installation is composed of koa branches and logs, inkjet images printed on silk, epoxy resin, enamel paint, kite string, upholstery thread, plumbing tape and zipties. This piece was exhibited at the Biennial of Hawaii X at the Honolulu Museum of Art in 2012.
Artist: Sally Lundburg Date: 2012 - 2015
Dimensions:300 logs - 12″ high, and 3″-12″in diameter. Dimensions of installation varies.
Media: Koa logs, resin pigment, enamel paint and inket prints on silk embedded in epoxy resin.
Cordwood has been installed in varying dimensions and forms, including as Clearcut in 2011, as The Disappearing Place at The Honolulu Museum of Art in 2012, and as Cordwood in 2013. When installed in its various forms, the work references ideas of community, connections between man and nature, and the fragility of the human condition.
Artist: Sally Lundburg Date: 2013
This installation consists of koa branches wrapped around the exterior and partial interior walls of a room. Inside, a video plays in which these same branches wind and twist their way throughout several forested landscapes. This was installed at the Maui Arts and Cultural Center as apart of the exhibition, Finding the Forest, in 2013.
Artist: Sally Lundburg Media: Video Date:2013
Sally creates installations, 2D & 3D mixed media works, videos and films that reflect on history, culture, place, and belonging. She has shown in galleries and museums in Hawai`i and San Francisco and in film festivals both nationally and internationally. Her feature length documentary film, One Winter Story received numerous awards including the St. Jean du Luz International Surf Film Festival Grand Prize Award for Best Film (France), and the Bronze Shell Special Jury Prize, Best Script Prize and Spanish Olympic Committee Special Award at the Santander International Sports Film Festival (Spain). Sally’s recent exhibitions include Cycles of Life at The Donkey Mill Art Center; Finding the Forest at the Maui Arts and Cultural Center (MACC); Interior at Windward Community College’s Gallery `Iolani; and Contact, at the Honolulu Museum of Art School. She was one of five artists included in the 2012 Biennial of Hawai`i Artists X at the Honolulu Museum of Art, where she received the Ellen Choy Craig Award. In 2014 she was included in Present Project, an international art residency held in Kaka'ako on Oahu. Sally has a B.F.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies from The San Francisco Art Institute and her work can be seen at www.sallylundburg.com and www.lesfilterfeeders.com