Malu Githalal makes World News

Brian Robinson visited the TILT Industrial Design Factory in Sydney on Thursday to inspect the final touches to his giant crabs that form the Malu Githalal installation destined for the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco next month. His three large 4-metre crabs (githalai) will be attached to the façade columns on the exterior of the Museum and will look spectacular in-situ.

On hand to document the final assembly of the crabs and packaging in their crate ready to be flown to Monaco were journalists and film crews from SBS nightly World News, ABC’s Arts and Culture show, The Mix, ABC Breakfast, as well as the National Indigenous Television network. The first story on Australia: Defending the Oceans, of which Brian’s work is part, aired on SBS last night and you can catch the full story here.

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Brian Robinson inspecting Githalai I. Photo: Maria Prada Jodie Cox, Brian Robinson and Craig Schroder inspecting Githalai I at TILT. Photo: Maria Prada Brian Robinson and John Stafford with crated Githalai I. Photo: CREATIVEMOVE Ready to pack. Photo: TILT Industrial Design