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Sculp­ture at Baranga­roo

Time Out (Sydney) - - The Bridge -

This col­lab­o­ra­tion be­tween Sculp­ture by the Sea and the Baranga­roo De­liv­ery Author­ity launched in 2016, and re­turns in 2017 with 14 works in­stalled along the Har­bour fore­shore prom­e­nade

THIS COL­LAB­O­RA­TION BE­TWEEN

Sculp­ture by the Sea and the Baranga­roo De­liv­ery Author­ity launched in 2016, and re­turns in 2017 with 14 works (five new com­mis­sions and nine ex­ist­ing works) cu­rated by Ge­of­frey Ed­wards and in­stalled along the Har­bour fore­shore prom­e­nade – from Wu­lugul Walk to Nawi Cove, and up to Stargazer Lawn and Wa­lu­mil Lawn.

In 2016, one of the best fea­tures of the fes­ti­val was the in­ter­ac­tive na­ture of many of the works – as sen­sory ex­pe­ri­ences, as pieces that could be ex­plored from the in­side, or as evolv­ing works that the pub­lic were in­vited to con­trib­ute to over the course of the event.

The artists fea­tured in Sculp­ture at Baranga­roo 2017 are: Michael Le Grand, Richard Tip­ping, Ni­cole Monks (fea­tured in our Deadly Syd­ney is­sue), Cave Ur­ban, An­drew Rogers, Adam King from the Booma­lli Abo­rig­i­nal Artists Co-op­er­a­tive, Tereasa Trevor, Christo­pher Lang­ton and Elyssa Sykes-Smith.

Garay­waa Mur­nawaraga,‘Baranga­roo Dream­ing’, 2016

Lucy Humphrey, 'Hori­zon' 2013 in 2016's Sculp­ture at Baranga­roo

Baranga­roo Re­serve, Hick­son Rd, Baranga­roo 2000. www.baranga­roo.com. Daily 8am-6pm. Aug 5-20.

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