A seemingly strong and stable relationship can sometimes reach a point where the arrival of a single question can sow a seed of doubt or destruction. This artwork allowed the audience to explore this downfall in a literal way. By entering an ordinary looking house, visitors discovered this one rained on the inside. Continuously. At the beginning of the 30 day experience, it was relatively exciting. But after a few days, the deterioration was palpable. And the rot had set in.
Does love last forever? You’d maybe think it does – but then again, this specially developed short film sets to prove that if you can’t follow the soundtrack of the story, you might come to a different conclusion. The first being that love doesn’t last. And the second being that you need to get your hearing tested.
Concept by CHE Proximity Screenwritten & Directed by The Glue Society
How are lifelong memories made? Perhaps they stem from simple things which surround us and shape our lives. Even bits of everyday furniture can have a significance way beyond the functional, inspiring us to dream. This store celebrates the wonderful to be found in the everyday across one couple’s lifetime.
Written by Mother, London Directed by The Glue Society
Would you go nude for the sake of art? What would it reveal to you and your partner? What would recreating the pose made famous by Rodin tell seven different couples about love, nudity and modern life?
As years go by, our connection to historic events moves from survivors to images. For the 100th anniversary of Gallipoli, an 8-hour performance was created to bring soldier’s stories back to life. It featured a re-enactment of a black-and-white image in city streets around New Zealand.
Written by DDB, Auckland Directed by The Glue Society
When Google Earth splashed onto the scene, in an instant the world got a chance to see itself from a new perspective. And it was amazing how readily we accepted these images as gospel truth. It raised questions in our minds. What if satellite photography had been around in biblical times? How would we react to seeing the parting of the Red Sea, Noah’s ark, the garden of Eden and the crucifixion? Atheists said it proved their point. And extraordinarily, true believers said the same.
What would a bank look like if it was designed to celebrate Sydney’s Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras as opposed to meeting corporate guidelines? ANZ pushed the boat out, and gave their Darlinghurst brand a suitably fabulous make-over. Several frisky frescoes, gay penguins and a floral archway later…the GAYNZ branch was unveiled.
Written by TBWA, Melbourne Directed by The Glue Society
For any creative person, there’s a fear of not fitting in. But what would happen if the scorn that a young person’s ideas receive become the inspiration for his next endeavor? One day, he might just find where he fits. This music video tells the story of what it’s like to go on that creative journey.