Item - Seeing the wood for the trees

ID UNSW S 2007/1011 (110732)
Artist Kate CULLITY (1956 - )
Title Seeing the wood for the trees
Alternate Titles
Category Sculpture
Medium mixed media installation
Materials weathering steel, concrete, granite, plantings
Edition Number
Measurements (cms)  
  Height 550.00
  Width 2500.00
  Depth 1000.00
  Other screen height range 4m - 5.5m
  Location nil
  When 2007
  Where Australia, NSW, Sydney
Style Installation
Subject Trees
Credit Line Commissioned for the Sir Anthony Mason Garden, with assistance from the U Committee and UNSW Faculty of Law, 2007
Description/Remarks    Winning entry of the 2nd UNSW Sculpture Commission Competition: a landscape installation of 17 vertical, rectangular, slightly curved, perforated screens of CoreTen weathering steel of varying heights placed within a garden environment of selected plantings. Installation includes a single species ground cover of star jasmine (Trachelospermum asiaticum), a hedge screen of Lilly Pilly (Syzgium sp.), background trees of three spotted gums (Corymbia maculata), as well as three long block seats of dark grey-coloured concrete with adjacent granite paths. Located on The Mall near the Anzac Parade gate, between the Law Building and the Analytical Centre.
Exhibition History
Bibliography Faculty of Law, Alumni News, UNSW, Kensington NSW Australia, 2008, cover illustration (detail)
ISBN PP 255003/05689
©Reproduced with permission.

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