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Since opening in December, Wynscreen has made a big impression at Wynyard. Works from our first two artists; En Route by Sue Healey and Locomotion...

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What happens when a major developer of transport infrastructure makes a commitment to integrating contemporary art into their projects? We’ll...

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The most recognizable characteristic of Australian urban development is the adversarial nature of its process. Every day brings highly publicized...

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Cultural Capital is growing our presence in Brisbane, a city with an appetite for urban development that makes a positive contribution to its...

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By Mark McClelland At New York’s High Line a handful of vendors operate from trailers clustered between its southern entrance and the new...

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It is universally understood that the quality of public realm determines the liveability of cities and towns. Accessible to all, public realm is the...

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Lately I’ve been thinking about Undesign. I know that’s a strange word and perhaps someone has a better one. One way or another, I’ve spent...

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by Mark McClelland The Australia I inhabit has become a place where order and conformity are admired while deviation from the norm is generally...

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As a pretty regular traveler over Sydney’s Anzac Bridge I’ve watched the Edwin Davey Flour Mill site with interest over many years. Although...

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