Temporary & Permanent Public Artwork

Temporary Public Artwork

Vivid

We worked on 35+ structures at Vivid 2017 with some very talented and renowned artists.

Birds of Lumos

Where: The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney
Artist:
Amigo & Amigo
Collaborators: Pink Cactus, OnLED LED Lighting
Year: 2017

Lux Populi

Where: Martin Place – Sydney
Artist:
Stagekings
Collaborators: Motti+Smith
Year: 2017

Sydneyland

Where: The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney
Artist:
An Assorted Few
Collaborators: Intense Lighting, Just Tube Scaffolding
Year: 2017

Chinese New Year

Design, engineering and construction of 12+ zodiac structures.

Rooster

Where: The Sydney Opera House
Artist:
Amigo & Amigo
Collaborators: Gorilla Constructions
Year: 2017

The Ox

Where: The Rocks – Sydney
Artist:
Tianli Zu
Collaborators: City of Sydney
Year: 2017

The Horse

Where: The Rocks – Sydney
Artist:
Qian Jian Hua
Collaborators: City of Sydney
Year: 2017

Nomanslanding

Nomanslanding is a major public artwork by five international artists, Robyn Backen, Andre Dekker (+ Observatorium), Graham Eatough, Nigel Helyer and Jennifer Turpin.

Nomanslanding Australia

Where: Darling Harbour – Sydney
Artist:
Robyn Backen, Andre Dekker, Graham Eatough, Nigel Helyer & Jennifer Turpin
Collaborators: Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority
Year: 2015

Nomanslanding Germany

Where: Ruhrtriennale – Germany
Artist:
Robyn Backen, Andre Dekker, Graham Eatough, Nigel Helyer & Jennifer Turpin
Collaborators: Urbane Kunste Ruhr
Year: 2015

Nomanslanding Scotland

Where: Glasgow – Scotland
Artist:
Robyn Backen, Andre Dekker, Graham Eatough, Nigel Helyer & Jennifer Turpin
Collaborators: Glasgow Life / Merchant City Festival
Year: 2017

Janet Echelman

Janet Echelman is an artist who defies categorisation. She creates experiential sculptures at the scale of buildings that transform with wind and light.

1.26 tsunami

Where: Townhall – Sydney
Artist:
Janet Echelman
Client: City of Sydney & Art & About Festival
Year: 2011

1.26 tsunami

Where: Townhall – Sydney
Artist:
Janet Echelman
Client: City of Sydney & Art & About Festival
Year: 2011

1.26 tsunami

Where: Townhall – Sydney
Artist:
Janet Echelman
Client: City of Sydney & Art & About Festival
Year: 2011

Cave Urban

Cave Urban are an international collective formed in 2010 to investigate vernacular lightweight structures and their relevance to contemporary design.

Woven Sky

Where: Woodford – Queensland
Artist:
Wang Wen-Chih
Client: Woodford Folk Festival
Year: 2014 – 2015

Save our Souls

Where: Marks Park – Sydney
Artist: 
Cave Urban
Client: Sculptures by the Sea
Year: 2014

Near Kin Kin

Where: Customs House Square – Sydney
Artist:
Cave Urban
Client: City of Sydney
Year: 2015

Permanent Public Artwork

Halo

Halo is a wind-powered kinetic sculpture in Central Park Sydney. It consists of a 12-metre diameter tapered yellow ring held by a 6 metre long silver cantilevered arm pivoting off-centre atop a 13 metre high angled silver mast.

Halo Maintenance

Where: Central Park – Sydney
Artist: 
Jennifer Turpin & Michaelie Crawford
Client: Frasers Property & Sekisui House
Year: 2010

Halo

Where: Central Park – Sydney
Artist: 
Jennifer Turpin & Michaelie Crawford
Client: Frasers Property & Sekisui House
Year: 2010

Halo at Night

Where: Central Park – Sydney
Artist: 
Jennifer Turpin & Michaelie Crawford
Client: Frasers Property & Sekisui House
Year: 2010

Caroline Rothwell

Caroline creates a fictional world, a geographical non place, populated by strange hybrid plants, animals and people, imagined but logical consequence of real world actions.

Composer

Where: Museum of Contemporary Art – Sydney
Artist:
Caroline Rothwell
Client: Museum of Contemporary Art Australia
Year: 2016

Cartwheeling Youngsters

Where: Rhodes Foreshore – New South Wales
Artist:
Caroline Rothwell
Client: Canada Bay Council
Year: 2015

Cartwheeling Youngsters

Where: Rhodes Foreshore – New South Wales
Artist:
Caroline Rothwell
Client: Canada Bay Council
Year: 2015

Jade Oakley

Jade creates work of an intimate scale in delicate materials such as paper and silk, the kinetic beauty of her work is imminently suited to large scale public applications.

Wintergarden

Where: Wintergarden, 1 O’Connell Street – Sydney
Artist:
Jade Oakley
Client: Lend Lease
Year: 2016

Wintergarden

Where: Wintergarden, 1 O’Connell Street – Sydney
Artist:
Jade Oakley
Client: Lend Lease
Year: 2016

Wintergarden

Where: Wintergarden, 1 O’Connell Street – Sydney
Artist:
Jade Oakley
Client: Lend Lease
Year: 2016

Daniel Boyd

Daniel Boyd reinterprets Eurocentric perspectives of Australian history, often appropriating images that have played significant roles in the formation and dissemination of that history.

Macquarie Bank Commission

Where: Macquarie Bank – Martin Place, Sydney
Artist: Daniel Boyd
Client: Macquarie Group
Year: 2014

Macquarie Bank Commission

Where: Macquarie Bank – Martin Place, Sydney
Artist: Daniel Boyd
Client: Macquarie Group
Year: 2014

Macquarie Bank Commission

Where: Macquarie Bank – Martin Place, Sydney
Artist: Daniel Boyd
Client: Macquarie Group
Year: 2014