The Woolloongabba Urban Centre Project where I installed my public artwork 'Flourish' is now open to the public. Centred around the heritage sub station at the end of Logan Road, Woolloongabba, the artwork combines concepts of ebb and flow, motifs of new growth symbolic of an emerging community; and foliage patterns reflecting historical references and plants in this new community park. Sandblasted concrete creates the artwork on a terrace surface in front of the substation, one element has also been incorporated in laser cut seatbacks in the park.
This public art commission for Brisbane City Council was an exciting project to work on, as well as a large and rewarding learning experience. Thank you to The Urban Design team at BCC and Urban Fountains and Furniture for your support during the project.