Location: Kangaroo Bay, Bellerive, Tasmania
Fabricator – Perides Art Foundry
The everyday is memorialised in the bronze forms of Mooring which are cast quite literally from the types of post-war aluminium objects that might have been found in the sunrooms and patios of Hobart’s Eastern suburbs houses, including planters, soda siphons, beakers and other household objects.
Location: Gasworks, Brisbane
Material: steel, vitreous enamel , aluminium frame, LED floodlights.
Size: 2 components 1800 mm diameter
Consultants: Tom Dooley Developments in association with Plazibat Architects and Armitstead ART Consulting (curator Jacqueline Armitstead)
Fabricator – Stainless Aesthetics, Brisbane
Plant was commissioned in accordance with the Brisbane City Council’s Art in Public Places policy.
Plant incorporates apertures inspired by the trivets of gas stoves tops emitting strong blue light and its construction recalls the modern vision of the bolted and fabricated components of the Victorian era Gasometer structure itself. The artist worked directly with Glass Metal Industries, Geelong who have been producing vitreous enamel products since 1890) to handcraft surfaces using this traditional process.
Location: Station Square, Joondalup, Western Australia
Material: Aluminium, steel, water mist unit, LED lights
Size: 3m diameter
Consultants: Lend Lease, Fred Cehak (Project Manager for Griffith University)
Fabrication: Stainless Aesthetics
Location: Gladstone, Queensland, Australia
Material: Aluminium, steel, led lights
Size: 3.2m diameter
Consultants: Gladstone Regional Council, Arts Queensland, Stainless Aesthetics (fabricator), Damian O’Mara (engineer), Fred Cehak (Project Manager for Griffith University)
Location: Tianfu Sales Centre, Chengdu Heneng
Size: elements 1.2m diameter
Location: Mackay, Queensland
Consultants: Lend Lease, Mackay Regional Gallery, Mackay Regional Council, Fred Cehak (Project Manger for Griffith University).
Location: The Atrium, Federation Square Melbourne
Material: Re-used aluminium kitchenware
Consultants: Federation Square, Ray Purkis, Fred Cehak
Location: KAUST, Saudi Arabia
Material: White bronze
Size: elements 1m diameter to 2.4m diameter
Consultants: Urban Art Projects (UAP)
Location: George St, Brisbane, Australia
Material: Aluminium kitchenware
Consultants: Cox Rayner, Jacqueline Amitstead, Antill Constructions (Simon Laws), Fred Cehak, Grosvernor
I Saw an Angel in the Marble and Carved to Set Him Free
(in collaboration with Simon Laws, 2009)
Location: Musgrave Park, Labrador, Queensland, Australia
Material: Rubber, steel
Consultants: Simon Laws, collection of the City of the Gold Coast
Location: Brisbane Square, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Consultants: DCM Architects, ABN Amro, Brisbane City Council and Fred Cehak (Project Manager)
Location: The Helen Lempriere National Sculpture Award, Werribee Park, Victoria
Material: Aluminium, size variable
Oscilloscope (Trace) references the electrocardiogram or ECG, a device that measures the electrical activity of the human heart. This activity is displayed on the screen of the oscilloscope and mapped in detail by a line known as the “The Trace”. The Trace moves and fades across the screen as it tracks the changing rhythm of life. A tonne of saucepan lids, pudding bowls and other redundant objects reordered as an oscilloscope becomes a symbol of the changing movement of people and things– the objects or ‘heartbeat’ of everyday life – recording life and waste as they are constructed and constrained by each other.
The Twelve Apostles
Location: McClelland Contemporary Sculpture Survey and Award, Langwarrin
Material: Aluminium, size variable
The Helen Lempriere National Sculpture Award at Weribee, Victoria
Material: Aluminium, EPDM rubber, mirror finish stainless steel, 140 cm diameter