Throughout 2009, this engaging sculptural work activated and animated significant public spaces across Brisbane, encouraging discussion about water and energy resources, sustainability and creative thinking.
Visible for a few days in one location, it disappeared suddenly to reappear again, inhabiting a new space in the public realm.
People were able to follow the journey of LANDscapers and experience the work over and over again in a whole new perspective as it made its way across Brisbane, transforming each new site into a voluminous sculptural garden of floating, translucent vines.
Nicole Voevodin-Cash and Elizabeth Woods are public artists who work collaboratively on projects that investigate site and interaction. They push boundaries with their art and audiences to question “What is Art?” and “What is art good for?”
LANDscapers received financial assistance through Arts Queensland from art+place, the Queensland Government’s Public Art Fund.
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