Tag: Sculpture

The coral greenhouse be installed by the John Brewer Reef.
News | Josh Harris | 18 Sep 2019

Architects visualize greenhouse for imperilled Great Barrier Reef

An architecture practice has been commissioned to create a virtual reality animated video of an underwater sculpture showcasing reef science.

Inside the Flower by Janet Laurence and LAVA.
News | Patrick Hunn | 7 Jun 2017

LAVA, Janet Laurence create membrane-wrapped ‘medicinal garden’ pavilion

LAVA has collaborated with artist Janet Laurence to create a pavilion that is both a botanical display and an “experiential” space featuring edible flowers and plant extracts.

University of Tasmania architecture and design students at the "Species Hotels" exhibition at the Tasmanian College of the Arts in Inveresk, Tasmania.
News | Louisa Wright | 24 Oct 2016

University of Tasmania students design ‘species hotels’ for Tasmania’s wildlife

Architecture and interior design students from the University of Tasmania have created a series of hotels for Tasmania’s furry and feathered friends.

In the central rain garden native sedges and grasses grow from a bed of local crushed granite. Artwork: Weeping Women by Sanné Mestrom, 2014 (sculptures).
Projects | Kate Gamble | 29 Mar 2016

The Ian Potter Sculpture Court

The Ian Potter Sculpture Court at Monash University’s Caulfield campus is a place of stillness and calm.

Freefall by Bligh Tanner, a proposed installation at the National Arboretum.
News | Linda Cheng | 26 Aug 2014


Bligh Tanner wins national ideas competition for a major sculptural installation at the National Arboretum.

Photos from the 1990s: Slit drums from Vanuatu.
Projects | Neil Hobbs | 14 Oct 2013

National Gallery of Australia Sculpture Garden

Thirty years after planting, this serpentine trail is now a destination in its own right.

Sculpture by the Sea 2013: Ayako Saito, Grove.
Exhibitions | 20 Aug 2013

Sculpture by the Sea Bondi

Over 100 works including 40 first-time exhibitors and three new artists.

Lucy Humphrey: Sculptor by the sea
People | Peter Salhani | 20 Jun 2013

Lucy Humphrey: Sculptor by the sea

The Sydney architect recently awarded a Helen Lempriere Scholarship for the 2013 Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi.

Hilde A. Danielsen, Upside Down Again, Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 2013.
Exhibitions | 7 Mar 2013

Sculpture by the Sea – Cottelsoe

The Perth edition of this annual coastal sculpture exhibition.

Hilde A. Danielsen, Upside Down Again, Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 2013.
News | 7 Mar 2013

Sculpture by the Sea – Cottesloe

The Perth edition of this annual sculpture festival opens at Cottesloe on Friday 8 March 2013.

The Andy Goldsworthy Project
Discussion | Cassie Hansen | 21 Aug 2012

The Andy Goldsworthy Project

An illustrated catalogue of permanent installations (1984–2008) by the British landscape artist.

Destination Art: Land Art, Site-Specific Art, Sculpture Parks
Discussion | Cassie Hansen | 30 Dec 2011

Destination Art

Renowned art critic Martin Gayford calls Destination Art “a book that in a modest way could change your life.”

Reflective Lullaby, (2008), installation view. Stainless steel, photographic wallpaper and mixed media.
People | Inga Walton | 19 Dec 2011

Gregor Kregar

Slovenian-born, Auckland-based Gregor Kregar is a sculptor whose recent works explore repetition and reflection.

Paul Selwood with his winning artwork, paradiegma metaphysic.
News | 11 Nov 2011

Sculpture by the Sea winner announced

Hunter Valley artist Paul Selwood has won Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2011.

The Tape Melbourne sculpture by Numen/For Use at Federation Square.
News | 17 Sep 2011

Melbourne’s giant tape web

A giant tape sculpture, by Numen/For Use, is now on display in Melbourne’s Federation Square.

Dayne Trower, Slow Decline 20, 2011,	birch, 100	x 60 x 10cm	(main work).
Exhibitions | 23 Aug 2011

Slow Decline by Dayne Trower

Dayne Trower’s new exhibition features beautifully executed sculptural works that reference architectural modelling and more.

Visitors balance on 
an undulating path.
Discussion | Colin Martin | 29 Jul 2011

Ernesto Neto: The Edges of the World

Brazilian sculptor Ernesto Neto’s immersive sculpture exhibition has an olfactory dimension.

Alexander Calder's Crossed Shears, Australia Square.
News | 22 Jul 2011

Alexander Calder’s birthday

Google commemorates American sculptor and artist Alexander Calder’s birthday.

Snow, by Tokujin Yoshioka. Sensing nature, at Tokyo’s Mori Art Museum. Within a glass case, fine feathers billow, emulating a snow storm.
Discussion | Darragh O'Brien | 1 Dec 2010

Sensory space

The multisensory qualities of space offer design possibilities beyond the purely visual.

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