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Waterfront Public Art
Sounds of Sea by COMPANY
"Sounds of Sea" (2011) by Korean/Finnish artist duo
Aamu Song and Johan Olin (COMPANY) was inspired by the sights and sounds of the Waitemata Harbour beneath the artists' feet as they explored the North Wharf in Auckland's brownfields Waterfront development.
"Sounds of Sea" is one of… Read more
Public Art Policy
Auckland, New Zealand 2013
Auckland Council public art policy project
Following the amalgamation of Auckland's eight local government bodies into a single region-wide Auckland Council on November 1, 2010, Rob Garrett was engaged by Auckland Council to lead the development of a new public art policy for regional Auckland. The… Read more
Q&A on Public Art Policy
What exactly is a public art policy?
I think at its most simple, and if it is a city council public art policy, it will cover five key areas. It will describe what public art is, and hopefully express this in such a way that gives… Read more
Public art plan
Rob Garrett was commissioned by Hamilton City to develop a 10-year public art plan
that would assist the City Council to prioritise decision making in respect to public art acquisition and investment for the city.
While public art approaches, activities and objects can be understood as… Read more
Public Art Policy Project
Auckland's transformational shift 2008
Auckland City Council sought our help when they wanted to take a comprehensive look at their public art activities and their role in supporting, commissioning and legislating for public art in Auckland. Rob Garrett was asked to provide advice on council policy, processes, funding and organisational… Read more