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Psychedelic and Colorful Candy Installations By Pip & Pop aka Tanya Schultz

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Peach blossomVery Fun Park, Fubon Art Foundation
Taipei, Taiwan 2014 photos: Fubon Art Foundation 
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Through a hole in the mountain MT Kurashiki, Japan 2014
photos : Keizo Kioku
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Through a hole in the mountain MT Kurashiki, Japan 2014
photos : Keizo Kioku
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Peach blossomVery Fun Park, Fubon Art Foundation
Taipei, Taiwan 2014 photos: Fubon Art Foundation 
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Peach blossomVery Fun Park, Fubon A rt Foundation
Taipei, Taiwan 2014photos: Fubon Art Foundation 
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Through a hole in the mountain MT Kurashiki, Japan 2014
photos : Keizo Kioku 
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We miss you magic land! Children’s Art Centre, GoMA 
Brisbane, Australia​ 2011 ​photos: Mark Sherwood/ QAGOMA Photos
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Journey in a Dream (night) Shinsegae Gallery
Incheon, Korea,  2015
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Through a hole in the mountain MT Kurashiki, Japan 2014
photos : Keizo Kioku 
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Through a hole in the mountain MT Kurashiki, Japan 2014
photos : Keizo Kioku 
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Peach blossomVery Fun Park, Fubon A rt Foundation
Taipei, Taiwan 2014photos: Fubon Art Foundation 
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We miss you magic land! Children’s Art Centre, GoMA 
Brisbane, Australia​ 2011 2011
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Young visitors enjoying ‘Pip & Pop: we miss you magic land!’ exhibition, GOMA, January 2012 / Photograph: Katie Bennett
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We miss you magic land! Children’s Art Centre, GoMA 
Brisbane, Australia​ 2011 2011​  photos: Mark Sherwood/ QAGOMA Photography
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We miss you magic land, 2012 Queensland Art Gallery/ Gallery of Modern Art
Courtesy of Pip & Pop and QAGOMAと一緒に庭をつくろう
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Supernatural tasks and magic objects
(Tanya Schultz with Alex Bishop-Thorpe, Amy Joy Watson, Aurelia Carbone, Bridget Minuzzo & Jemimah Davis) Carclew Youth Arts, Adelaide 2013
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I can hold the sun (Tanya Schultz & Nicole Andrijevic)
Dortmund Kunstlerhaus, Germany 2010 photos: Hannes Woidich
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I can hold the sun (Tanya Schultz & Nicole Andrijevic)
Dortmund Kunstlerhaus, Germany 2010 photos: Hannes Woidich
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I can hold the sun (Tanya Schultz & Nicole Andrijevic)
Dortmund Kunstlerhaus, Germany 2010 photos: Hannes Woidich
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  I saw a dream like this
(in collaboration with Aurelia Carbone & Alex Bishop-Thorpe)
Arte Magre – from the opaque
Australian Experimental Art Foundation, Adelaide 2013
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I saw a dream like this
(in collaboration with Aurelia Carbone & Alex Bishop-Thorpe)
Arte Magre – from the opaque
Australian Experimental Art Foundation, Adelaide 2013
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Journey in a Dream (night) Shinsegae Gallery
Incheon, Korea,  2015
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Journey in a Dream (night) Shinsegae Gallery
Incheon, Korea,  2015

Psychedelic and Colorful Candy Installations By Pip & Pop aka Tanya Schultz

Australian artist Tanya Schultz, who works under the pseudonym Pip & Pop, creates immersive art installations using sweet materials such as candy and sugar. In addition to incorporating edible ingredients into her work, Schultz also uses everyday craft materials and found objects to create her psychedelic wonderlandsUnder the name of Pip & Pop,  Inspired by Tibetan Buddhist sand mandala and the kawaii (cute) aspect of Japanese pop culture, their work is embellished with miniature objects and all things sweet that fill you with child-like awe as you wander through the rainbow wonderland.
Pip & pop, has combined hundreds of pounds of colored sugar, artificial flora, craft materials and found objects. the result isn’t a utopia, as much as it is the surface-level-representations of one. it’s a place of illusion, wish-fulfillment, and of course, folk stories — folk stories being whimsical mythologies of (mis)fortune and forewarning. specifically, ‘here comes sunshine’ references two mythologies: luilekkerland and the land of cockaigne. both are lands of plenty. both are made entirely of food. both are places of eternal satisfaction, where your desires are always — and at the same time, never — fulfilled.

‘’rainbows are strongly connected to folklore about finding or searching for other worlds, and magical phenomenon. I want the work to evoke a momentary sense of optimism…but it is also an opportunity to contemplate excess and overabundance.’

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