-  Works

Installation Artspace, Woolloomooloo Sydney, Australia September 1999 “My mother used to tell me how, due to the endless violence in the country, she saw rivers carrying dead bodies – “rivers of blood” she called them. If the rivers are full of blood, then so is

Installation Brick Hall, Municipal Gallery, Nagasaki, Japan. By covering the walls of the circular shaped gallery, with international language newspapers, which gradually disintegrate into ashes, into a traditional Japannese ‘kebashi’ and turning the floor space into a gigantic clock, Bernardo comments on

Installation Tin Sheds Gallery, University of Sydney, Australia, March 2002 “Entering this exhibit is like being trapped in an unsettling nightmare. Walls of thick plastic sheeting covered in a strange gloomy light lead you into a teasing maze. An eerie soundscape plays