被摧毁的宫殿的足迹 Art Installation in Sydney Marks the Footprint of 19th Century Destroyed Palace -mooool设计
被摧毁的宫殿的足迹 Art Installation in Sydney Marks the Footprint of 19th Century Destroyed Palace
佳作分享 分类: 景观 原作者:: Kaldor Public
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这是第一个与澳大利亚悉尼皇家植物花园的土著艺术家乔纳森琼斯共同创作的Kaldor公共艺术项目。被摧毁的宫殿的足迹,追溯1879年到1882年的19世纪花园宫殿建筑的历史,这一艺术作品标志着该建筑最初的脚印,由雕塑装置15000个白色盾牌组成建筑的barrangal dyara(皮肤和骨骼),占地2万平方米。

Kaldor Public Art Projects, in collaboration with artist Jonathan Jones, has created barrangal dyara (skin and bones), the first Kaldor Public Art project to be produced together with an Aboriginal artist in the Royal Botanic Garden of Sydney, Australia. Inspired by the history of the 19th century Garden Palace building, which originally stood in the Royal Botanic Garden from 1879 to 1882 before burning to the ground, the artwork marks the original footprint of the building with a sculptural installation of 15,000 white shields spanning 20,000 square meters. 

Where the Garden Palace’s dome once crowned the city, a dynamic meadow of kangaroo grass now disrupts the garden’s formal European design.

Eight Aboriginal language soundscapes, which were developed with communities throughout south-east Australia, are installed throughout the site.

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