Kotuku

Kotuku Re:PRESENTED by Caroline Rothwell for SCAPE Public Art Season 2018 Caroline Rothwell’s Kotuku was a two-tonne fibreglass sculpture, which …

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bon voyage

Rachael Dewhirst’s bon voyage is a positive ‘well-wish’ for a journey and a true arts and industry collaboration.   Image: Rachael Dewhirst, …

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VAKA ‘A HINA

Sēmisi Fetokai Potauaine’s VAKA ‘A HINA is a symbol of solidarity and togetherness, transcending cultures and spirituality. It is a …

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STAY

Antony Gormley’s STAY is a legacy public artwork for Ōtautahi Christchurch, installed as part of SCAPE 8: New Intimacies IMAGE: …

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Passing Time

Anton Parsons’ Passing Time was created for the sixth SCAPE Season, and installed only a few days prior to the shaking …

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Nucleus

Phil Price’s sculpture was unveiled to the public on 29 September 2006 and gifted formally to the city at the duration …

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Kaleidoscopic Nights

Rachael Dewhirst’s winning design for the inaugural Resene Art in the Streets SCAPE Christchurch Mural. IMAGE: Rachael Dewhirst, Kaleidoscopic Nights, …

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Flour Power

Regan Gentry’s sculpture was the first new public piece commissioned by the Christchurch City Council’s Public Art Advisory Group. Funding …

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Call me Snake

Judy Millar’s first public art commission, created for SCAPE 8: New Intimacies. IMAGE: Judy Millar, Call me Snake, 2015. Commissioned …

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Fanfare

One of Aotearoa’s largest public sculptures, Neil Dawson’s Fanfare is a permanent landmark which can be seen standing tall over the …

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Solidarity Grid

Over a period of three years, beginning with SCAPE 7 in 2013, a single streetlamp from each of 21 cities …

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