Central Park Public Art Strategy

2009

Central Park Public Art Strategy

Turpin+Crawford Studio developed the precinct-wide Public Art Strategy for Central Park, the major urban renewal of the Tooths Brewery site in Chippendale, Sydney.

The strategy drew upon the unique 170-year history of the precinct as a brewery; the defining historical and contemporary influence of environmental water and the major sustainability initiatives of the development. The strategy proposed a suite of permanent and temporary art projects.

Turpin+Crawford Studio were then commissioned to develop a major permanent public artwork, Halo, to activate the public domain and develop the temporary construction period, public art project Artists In Residence (AIR) in collaboration with curator Anne Loxley.


location
Central Park, Sydney
client
Frasers Property