Zig Zag, 2018
Digital Print, dimensions variable
Projected onto the William Jolly Bridge in Brisbane from 7- 11 November 2018 in conjunction with the End of the Line Festival, Woolloongabba.(Projection render courtesy of Brisbane City Council)
Zig Zag is constructed via a series of imperfect, analogue processes which culminate as a vibrating pattern that appears to pulse before the eyes. Initially created as an installation of vinyl lines drawn across a wall, the installation is then photographed, disassembled and intuitively placed back together in layers.
ARCHITECT: Fender Katsalidis Architects
PUBLIC ART MANAGER: iAM
FABRICATOR: Locker Group
DETAILS: Perforated and powdercoated Aluminium using Pic Perf technology, 2792msq total.
Due for completion in November 2018 as a part of Melbourne Airports’ refurbishment of Terminal 2, International Departures.
Design Agency: Büro North
Lighting Design: Ramus Illumination
Special thanks to Nicole Honig, Ben Hurt, Trevor Cooledge, Clinton Buckwell, Matt Ellis, John Foy and Marc Whiffin.
DETAILS: Hand painted acrylic, 150sqm total
A series of undulating linear patterns span the hallways of Level 9 at 2 Riverside Quay. Introducing a dynamism and visual depth akin to the Façade Artwork that wraps around the exterior of the building. Staff are invited to activate the artwork as they move through the surrounding spaces of locker rooms and elevator entrances. The artwork gently shifts from these different vantages, delineating the solid walls of the hallway and entrance points into a multilayered, ephemeral pattern. This work considers the evolving relationship between architecture, place and its inhabitants.
This permanent artwork, North of the Warp, was commissioned by Moreland City Council and created to reflect the distinct geography of Moreland and activate the window void of the Brunswick Town Hall.
The undulating folds of the suspended forms reference the geography of The Melbourne Warp, a gentle northwest-southeast flexure in the land that has over time marked a hinge between these areas, with Moreland located to the North. The slow and constant shifts that have formed this flexure can be seen in the repetitive and ephemeral surface pattern of the artwork; at once solid, yet perpetually changing.
MOSMAN PARK, WA
PROJECT: The Palais display home.
CLIENT: Riverstone Construction
CONSULTANT: Artsource, WA
DETAILS: Half the Length Double the Distance, 2011, powder coated aluminium and enamel, 125 x 65 x 33cm.