JASON WING has been invited to contribute to STREETWARE 2 as part of Sydney's ART AND ABOUT SYDNEY, which runs from 23 September to 23 November.

For this project, selected artists and collectives were invited to install artworks in Sydney's southern laneways and temporarily transform unused spaces into creative canvases to catch the attention and imagination of passersby.

Urban Jungle by Jason Wing, based on a traditional Aboriginal cave painting reminds us to breathe and acknowledge natural intangible forces common to us all.

A walking/cycling map which details the installations can be downloaded here.

This public installations comes just after the completion a 5 x 20 metre mural commissioned by the City Council of Wagga Wagga.  This project saw Jason Wing working with students from various schools in order to develop an appreciation of mural art within the community.

For more information on this, click here.

JASON WING is also currently exhibiting at TANDANYA, National, Aboriginal Cultural Institute. THE OTHER, OTHER will be held between 30 September and 13 November and explores Jason's cultural and social background.  The exhibition follows from his 2010 OzAsia residency at the Adelaide Festival Centre. 

For more information on the exhibition, click here.

Jason will also be participating in a residency in Tibet throughout November. He will be working with members of the Eastern Tibet Training Institute , which offers education and support to underprivileged people in Tibet. More information.