You are viewing content tagged with "Public Art"
Neil Miller (NZ)
Te tiaho o Matariki, Hamilton
Neil Miller, “Te tiaho o Matariki” (the brightness of the Pleiades):
The sculpture represents Pleiades in the form of a growing vine, with the stars of Matariki forming the fruit on the vine. It honours the city’s first inhabitants (Garden Place was first used by Maori… Read more
Gill Gatfield (NZ)
Silhouette (2011) public artwork
Gill Gatfield (NZ), Silhouette, 2011; Smales Farm Station Public Art Award 2011
There is something for the eye, the hand and the head.
Gill Gatfield was jury-selected and commissioned to create “Silhouette” as the result of winning a public competition in 2010. The judging… Read more
Lightboxes brighten walk
Bledisloe walkway public art programme
was commissioned to develop new work for the inaugural exhibition in the new public art Bledisloe Walkway Lightboxes and he created "Park," a set of five luxurious images for the walkway.
"Park" featured five photographs depicting an opulent fantasy world. One image showed jewel-encrusted… Read more
SCAPE 2010 Preview
Awakening a pedestrian citizenry
SCAPE 2010 Public Art Walkway
raises questions about living and walking in the inner city and the ways festivals of temporary public art engage with the city as a given situation. Framing a biennial as a walk of art is logical in a city such as… Read more
Paula Roush (UK)
Public art project, Auckland 2010
was invited by Rob Garrett to participate in Auckland City Council’s Living Room 2010
public art programme. The overall curator of Living Room 2010: A Week of Kindness
was Pontus Kyander, the then former Manager Public Art.
Max Ernst's 1934 graphic novel Une semaine… Read more
Ines Tartler (DE)
Auto Garage: The Golden Garage Service 2009
Auto Garage: The Golden Garage Service 2009 is a public art project by Ines Tartler (DE) which took place in Auckland, New Zealand in May 2009. Berlin-based Tartler presented the project with the aid of a team of Golden Garage Service Attendants especially recruited for the project.… Read more