18th Sydney Biennale


1. The Rocks, Sydney. 2. Outfit for the day (H&M Rolling Stone tee, thrifted Guess jeans, Chicabooti blazer, mum's belt and thrifted Jane Shilton satchel. 3. Sis's ASOS brogues 4. One of my favourite exhibit - Anything Can Break by Pinaree Sanpitak. 6. Another favourite - Automated colour field, Rebecca Baumann 


"Life is funny isn’t it? Just when you think you’ve got it all figured out, just when you finally begin to plan something, get excited about something, and feel like you know what direction you’re heading in, the paths change, the signs change, the wind blows the other way, north is suddenly south, and
east is west, and you’re lost. It is so easy to lose your way, to lose direction. And that’s with following all the signposts" - Cecelia Ahern


Finally managed to find the time to head out to Circular Quay / The Rocks before the Sydney Biennale ends. It's basically a three month contemporary visual arts exhibition held every two years and spread across various locations such as MCA, Cockatoo Island, Art Gallery of NSW etc.
I strongly recommend those in Sydney to check it out. It finishes on the 16th of September and don't worry about cost because it's free!

The focus this time, however, was to bring a dear friend to the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA). It was on his to-do list. A friend who is about to board a one-way flight and leave Sydney to head back home. Someone I have had the pleasure to get to know and hang out for the last 2.5years.

 

The last 2 months, we have been going on little adventures and foodie trips to tick off things on his list. Now, who will I go with to try new things? One person less to bemoan and bitch about work and life in general.

I wish you the very best of luck in your next phase in life. Being away from home, you will realise that you have become a more mature and stronger individual than before. I know, you are not looking forward to go back home, but everything happens for a reason. It's life. So why not look at it positively and be optimistic about your future prospects?






2 comments:

Phuc Nguyen said...

That's very sweet of ya <3 It's been a pleasure getting to know you and have you help me out with my adventure in Sydney. I haven't told you yet but you have inspired me a great deal. I'm a bit nervous but confident coz i know i have always had great support from the lovely people around me, and you in particular, of course, my Kdrama buddy :D

Maxine said...

I love the Cecelia Ahern quote; it's so true ... thanks again for the comment over at my blog. I'm home now and still in unpacking mode, so I haven't had the chance to quiet down and think much about what lies ahead, but I have a feeling that my travels will give me some perspective and aid me in making some important decisions I've been putting off for a while. This entire post really hits home for me!

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