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Daniel von Sturmer (NZ/AU)
"Production Stills" 2013
"Production Stills" Courtenay Place Park Light Box Project, Wellington, NZ
6 December 2013 - 6 April 2014
Curator, Rob Garrett
Daniel von Sturmer’s work uses various media to explore questions about the nature of perception, the embodiment of time and how context and framing shape the… Read more
NARRACJE 2013, Gdansk, Poland
Unearthing Delights / Odkrywanie zachwyca
Markets, Memories and Meetings / Targowiska, spotkania, wspomnienia
5th edition of NARRACJE – Installations and Interventions in Public Space
15-17 November 2013
Długie Ogrody / Long Gardens, Gdańsk, Poland
Rob Garrett, Curator
Instytut Kultury Miejskiej / City Culture InstituteCO-ORGANISER:… 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 brings birdsong to life
"Forgotten Songs" (2011) is a beautiful public art installation by Michael Thomas Hill in Angel Place, Sydney City (just outside the City Recital Hall). The work is comprised of empty and open bird cages suspended above the lane; recorded birds' song; and the names of the… Read more