Underwood Ark

Underwood Ark
Michael McIntyre

fjmtplace prepared the art strategy and brief for the Dalley Street laneway artwork - which was to be contemporary, transient and vibrant in nature - and were involved in structuring the competitive process through which the preferred artist was appointed.
fjmtplace was integrally involved in the procurement of the public art across the 200 George Street site, outlining guiding principles for several artwork opportunities within the DA and Public Art Strategy Reports. These were developed in collaboration with the client Mirvac and expert curator Hetti Perkins, within the framework of the City of Sydney’s public art objectives.

Site-specificity was a core principle outlined by fjmtplace for the major foyer artwork, intended to assist in the community’s understanding of the history of the site and its environs. We prepared the Artist Appraisals, we were also responsible for preparing the detailed Artwork Brief, which formed the framework for the ten-month long Concept Design, Detailed Design, fabrication and installation process.

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