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2015 - 2016 ~ DCA

2015 - 2016

 

 JCCA

John Curtin College of the Arts

Client: Department of Education
Artists: Dawn & Phil Gamblen in collaboration with JCY Architects and Urban Designers.
Architect: JCY Architects and Urban Designers.
Art Coordinator: Jenny Kerr
Photography: Bob Sommerville

A series of patterned artworks entitled Mobium, that make reference to regenerative mathematical systems in nature, are incorporated into the building fabric that wraps the façade and have been embossed into concrete panels.

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 Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital

Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital Mental Health Unit

Client: Department of Health
Artists: Monique Tippett
Architect: GHD
Art Coordinator: Maggie Baxter
Photography: Cameron Sandercock

A suite of two and three dimensional artworks, inspired by the natural environment and translated into abstract impressions about light, shadow, reflection and texture, are integrated into the Metal Health facility. The works are intended to create contemplative moments for the viewer.

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 Kimberly Training Centre

Kimberley Training Institute Broome Campus

Client: Department of Training and Workforce Development
Artists: Steve Tepper; Martha Lee with mentorship by Claire Mclean, Nyamba Buru Yawuru, and Karen Morgan KTI.
Architect: Armstrong Parkin Architects
Art Coordinator: Jenny Beahan
Photography: Rhys Jenkins & Steve Tepper

Plant Forms by Steve Tepper is a landmark abstract sculptural form that makes reference to the structural patternation of local plant species in Broome. A complimentary pavement pattern work, entitled Jilanil (translated as ‘fresh water holes’) by Yawaryu artist Martha Lee, refers to gathering places and is intended as a contemporary meeting place for students.

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 Willetton SHS

Willetton Senior High School Redevelopment Stage 2

Client: Department of Education
Artist: Stuart Green
Architect: HASSELL
Art Coordinator: Jenny Beahan
Photography: Stuart Green

Stuart Greens sculptural forms, From One to the Other, located at the school’s entrance, become metaphors for the flow or transfer of knowledge and ideas between students and teachers. The droplet-like forms are intended to signify the shifting configuration characteristic of droplets flowing from one to another, as one might imagine the fluidity of a reciprocal learning process.

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 Lakelands

Lakelands Primary School

Client: Department of Education
Artists: Jahne Rees
Architect: Sinisia Stikic, T&Z Architects
Art Coordinator: Mariyon Slany
Photography: Jahne Rees

Jahne Rees’ artwork entitled The roots of the Mighty Tuart seek out the Vital Wetlands is comprised of a number of three dimensional components located in the school’s landscape. Intended as interactive pieces, the forms mirror the roots of a Tuart tree at the School’s entrance.

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 Warnbro

Warnbro Community High School

Client: Department of Education
Artist: Peter Knight
Architect: Bradley Melvin, Site Architecture
Art Coordinator: Marion Slany
Photography: Peter Knight

The exterior and interior artworks, From Here to There and SkySpheres, created by Peter Knight, make reference to the transitional journey from childhood to adolescence. The artist collaborated with students for some of the imagery contained in the both works.

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 Carnarvon Police and Justice Complex

Carnarvon Police and Justice Complex

Client: Department of the Attorney General in association with Western Australian Police
Artists: Barry Bellotti; Anton Blume; Tony Hanning; Bonni Ingram; Sadie James; Warren Langley; Esma McMahon; Elaine Moncrief; Avy Robinson; Antoinette Roe; Marjorie Winmar
Architect: Cox Howlett + Bailey Woodland in association with Paterson Group Architects
Art Coordinator: Maggie Baxter
Photography: Anton Blume

Connection to Country is a driving passion for many of the artists who have contributed to Complex. This connection is felt throughout the facility, expressed through a variety of different forms.

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 Baldivis

Baldivis Secondary School

Client: Department of Education
Artist: Daniel Eaton
Architect: JYC Architects & Urban Designers
Art Coordinator: Maggie Baxter
Photography: Daniel Eaton

Created through a series of complex hand and technical processes, the three sculptures titled Synapses, make reference to network systems within the brain and are located at strategic points in the school grounds.

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 Shenton College

Shenton College

Client: Department of Education
Artists: Phil & Dawn Gamblen
Architect: Christou Design Group
Art Coordinator: Corine van Hall

Dawn and Phil Gamblen have created an interactive sculpture entitled Equilibrium, intended to welcome Year 7 children as they transition into their first year of secondary school at Shenton College.

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 Kununurra

Kununurra Courthouse

Client: Department of the Attorney General
Artists: Jon Tarry; Alan Griffiths; Griffiths family; Judy Mengil; Mengil family; Kitty Malarvie; Malarvie family; Ben Ward; Brian Muriell; Ningarmara Family; Agnes Armstrong; Armstrong family; Rusty Peters; Freddy Timms; Mercy Fredericks; Peggy Patrick; Mabel Juli; Mary Teresa Tailor; Minnie Lumai
Architect: TAG Architects & Iredale Pedersen Hook Architects
Art Coordinator: Malcolm McGregor
Photography: Peter Bennetts & Malcolm McGregor

The suite of artworks for Kununurra Courthouse include sculpture by Perth based artist Jon Tarry, that reflect the folded forms of the building and surrounding landscape, with sculpture, painting and integrated designs from the Waringarri Aboriginal Arts. The artists from Waringarri saw the project as an opportunity to demonstrate how law and culture are passed from one generation to the next.

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 Butler

Butler College Stage 2

Client: Department of Education
Artists: Phil and Dawn Gamblen
Architect: Johnsen Lim, Taylor Robinson Architects
Art Coordinator: Corine van Hall

Three artworks created by Dawn and Phil Gamblen entitled, Mobius, Toroid and Ventus Lux, for Butler College Stage 2, communicate the idea of movement as the viewer moves across them. The intention for the artwork is to use movement as a metaphor for the school’s philosophy of education being a dynamic science.

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Alkimos Primary

Alkimos Primary School

Client: Department of Education
Artist: Judith Forrest
Architect: Hugh Gill, Oldfield Knott Architects
Art Coordinator: Alison Barrett
Photography: Judith Forrest

A suite of two and three dimensional works by Judith Forrest entitled, Do You See What I See? capture the imagination of children attending the school with their hidden meanings and embedded learning opportunities.

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Kimberly Training Institute

Kimberley Training Institute, Derby Campus Workshops

Client: Department of Training and Workforce Development
Artists: Stanley Taylor, mentored by Liz Manera
Architect: Armstrong Parkin Architects
Art Coordinator: Jenny Beahan
Photography: Colin Armstrong and Jenny Beahan

The title of the artwork, Dry Season Crackle, for the Kimberley Institute, Derby Campus Workshops, speaks about ‘sense of place’ by making reference to Derby’s topography and climate through integrated patterned elements in a laser cut screen.

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Anne Hamersley Primary School

Anne Hamersley Primary School

Client: Department of Education Artist: Paula Hart
Architect: Sandover Pinder, Perth Art Coordinator: Paola Anselmi Photography: Paula Hart 

A series of five artworks titled Yarn Circles strategically positioned through the school grounds, reflect local flora and fauna imagery and encourage communication and exchange through shared story telling and creative play.

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Harrisdale Primary School

Harrisdale Primary School

Client: Department of Education
Artist: Bridget Norton – N2Art + Design
Architect: EIW Architects 
Art Coordinator: Paola Anselmi
Photography: Bridget Norton

The artwork for Harrisdale Primary School, entitled Spirit of the Wetlands, was inspired by the native water lily Ottelia, and translated into integrated and sculptural forms.

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WA Museum Collections  

WA Museum Collections and Research Centre Upgrade

Client: Department of Culture and the Arts
Artists: Margaret Dillon; Penny Bovell; Eveline Kotai;
Architect: JCY Architects and Urban Designers
Art Coordinator: Alison Barrett
Photography: Brian Smith

Centre, artists Margaret Dillon, Penny Bovell, and Eveline Kotai developed imagery from specimens and artefacts in the WA Museum collection. This imagery was translated into a series of complimentary exterior and interior integrated artworks that speak about the role of the building.

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West Leederville Primary School

West Leederville Primary School

Client: Department of Education
Artist: Paula Hart
Architect: Slavin Architects
Art Coordinator: Jenny Kerr Photography: Paula Hart

Artist Paula Hart collaborated with Dutch based design company Lacefence to create a delightful series of interventions in the school’s fence based on drawings of native flora by the children. The work entitled, Lace Fence, is located in the south eastern corner of the basketball courts.

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Applecross Senior High School

Applecross Senior High School

Client: Department of Education
Artists: Anne Neil & Anne Farren
Architect: Cox Howlett + Bailey Woodland
Art Coordinator: Maggie Baxter
Photography: Greg Woodward

Processes of fabric construction are the inspiration for a series of three sculptural forms, entitled Animated Pleats, located in different areas of Applecross Senior High School.

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Hedland Senior High School

Hedland Senior High School

Client: Department of Education
Artist: Mark Datodi
Architect: JCY Ar4chitects and Urban Designers
Art Coordinator: Maggie Baxter
Photography: Mark Datodi

The wondrous sculptural structures of the mangroves that form an important ecosystem along the Pilbara coast provided a focus for a series of artworks and seating entitled, From the Mangrove by artist Mark Datodi.

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