A Chatswood claim to fame, Henry Lawson’s poem Chattie’s Wood tells the story of the farmer who lived in this wooded area and named it after his wife, Charlotte, affectionately known as Chattie. In time, it evolved to be Chatswood.
Illustrating the history and evolution of Chatswood, the projection combines works from indigenous artist Gambirra Illume, the birds Chattie painted on her adventures, 3D rendering of images of Chatswood today and visualisations of how it will look in the future.

Chattie’s Wood (2019)
Director, Animator, Projection Mapper

Vivid Sydney at Chatswood 2019