|Timebrook||2002||Community public art project||commissions|
|Artwork, image and photography © Perdita Phillips||network|
|Produced for the Shire of Kalamunda in collaboration with workshop participants|
|Railing 40 cm wide and 18 m long||Hartfield Park, Forrestfield|
|Jetty 1.5 m wide and 20 m long|
|Laser cut mild steel and recycled timber|
Community art project in the Shire of Kalamunda. Working with the firm W. Hardman Architect a jetty was designed and a sculpture created in mild steel to function as a railing. The sculpture was installed in a local artificial wetland overlooking a revegetated island between the Yule Brook and Woodlapine Brook water catchments
The work incorporated designs derived from community participants on the themes of momentos from the past, vegetation from the existing bushland surrounding the lake, and daydreams for the future.
As you walked out on the jetty the laser cut images between the posts progressed from the past to the future.