Integrated

Integrated artwork refers to art that is integrated into a building, or built space, such as ceilings, walls, glazing, screens and floors. The work has the potential to span both the interior and exterior spaces of a built structure. Integrated artwork may also assist in defining or separating space. An integrated approach has become a prevalent public art form in recent years. 

Examples of integrated artworks

Local

  • Patterns and Codes at Atwell College, Percent for Art Scheme project by Anne Neil, Mark Datodi, Steve Tepper. 
    Wandoo Country at Department of Premier and Cabinet; Percent for Art Scheme project by Monique Tippet. 
    Percent for Art Scheme project, at Mount Lawley Senior High School, by Anne Neil in collaboration with Noleen Hamlett.
    Emergent, Percent for Art project, at Trades North, Clarkson Campus, by Daniel Eaton.
    Patterns and Codes at Atwell College, Percent for Art Scheme project by Anne Neil, Mark Datodi, Steve Tepper

  • Wandoo Country at Office of the Premier and Cabinet room; Percent for Art Scheme project by Monique Tippet

  • Percent for Art Scheme project Anne Neil in collaboration with Noeleen Hamlett, Mount Lawley Senior High School

  • Emergent, Percent for Art project, at Trades North, Clarkson Campus, by Daniel Eaton

National

International