Project: Midland Advocacy Centre – The Six Seasons at the Stan & Jean Peron Child Advocacy Centre
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Midland Advocacy Centre – The Six Seasons at the Stan & Jean Peron Child Advocacy Centre
The screens are each 5600mm x 4400mm and comprised of 8 x 5mm aluminium laser cut panels, telling a story of the Noongah Six Seasons.
The artwork screens are airflow for the multi-story carpark and address all Australian Building Codes for airflow, wind load, pressure etc. The designs are unique in that they are highly pictorial and participatory, utilising children’s drawings. The artist is not indigenous, but sought to build the connections between young people’s lives, the natural environment and indigenous traditions.
Kanyana and the team are always adaptable and knowledgeable with over 20 years experience especially in this type of artwork design. Their first children’s inspired laser cut art work was back in 2005
Always exceeding the clients expectations and striving to create an effective and creative bespoke piece that the artists expects.
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