Phil Price, Inflorescence, 2016. Photo: A J Moller
Yarrabilba’s first artwork gestures – A welcome connection to placeInflorescence, an iconic kinetic artwork by New Zealand artist Phil Price, celebrates the arrival to Yarrabilba and comprises two bold playful elements at either end of the Darlington Parklands. The dynamic components move gracefully in response to the breezes and provide an ever-changing work, creating continual intrigue for the growing Yarrabilba community. Inflorescence also pays… View Article
Megan Cope, Twice Removed – Quandamooka, 2016, Digital Print on vinyl, Cleveland. Photo: CREATIVEMOVE
Quandamooka homeland gateway recognised by Megan Cope artworksThe Quandamooka Festival 2016 closed on Saturday 17 September, but Megan Cope’s two temporary public artworks derived from her work Twice Removed – Quandamooka (2014) were launched as part of the Festival’s closing kunjiel (corroboree). The two site-specific versions of this artwork now appear on the Middle Street elevation adjacent to the Redland Art Gallery,… View Article
Yarrabilba Entry. Photo: Jayson Gill 2014, Courtesy, Unity Builders Group.