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Repurposing Public Art

Repurposing Public Art

Public art is installed to capture the wider vision of how the city (usually) fathers want to portray themselves to the world or capture a particular zeitgeist in physical form. This public art ranges from the heroic and military thru to the abstract and...

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WGV wins Awards

WGV wins Awards

Between 2014 and 2016 Ferart Design assisted Landcorp implement the One Planet sustainability framework for its WGV development in White Gum Valley. This was recognised through awards in 2016 and 2017 by the Urban Development Institute of...

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Launch of the TOWN TEAM MOVEMENT

Launch of the TOWN TEAM MOVEMENT

Town teams are organisations of business and citizens who gather together to organise, engage and empower local residents and businesses to create vibrant, sustainable and successful places. The teams curate and lead place activation and development. Town Teams are a...

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Getting a Sense of Perspective

Getting a Sense of Perspective

In September 2017 I visited Stonehenge in the United Kingdom. I had visited once in the 1980's and since then understanding of the archeology of the site and its surrounds had how that was interpreted for the visitor had dramatically changed.  Where as Stonehenge was...

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Art as a Disruptive Weapon

Art as a Disruptive Weapon

Over the past forty years digital technology has radically changed artistic activity. Now tech companies control how artists get benefit from their work. Digital middlemen reap the biggest rewards from artistic activity and artists  produce content for free....

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Urban Intimacy

Urban Intimacy

Being Australian, we are used to wide open spaces and horizontal skylines. Now, living for a sort while in an old red and blonde stone tenement on the South Side of Glasgow, Scotland, the eye has to adjust to verticals and closeness. This gives an new...

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