The project has been featured as a news item on the RMIT University website, including a link on the home page.
The article looks at artist, Cameron Robbins, process, the role in Expo and the development of the project idea by Clare Leporati and Tammy Wong.
Click here to read the article.
Monday, 26 April 2010
Sunday, 25 April 2010
Meridians Shanghai 2010: Art & Sound in Public Space is an international collaboration to create a contemporary public artwork for the Victorian Cultural Program at Expo Shanghai China 2010.
I am a member of the project team and have also embedded my role in the project as a case study for my Masters.
Our project team is made up of Me (Clare Leporati), Tammy Wong, Geoff Hogg, Rupa Ramanathan, Claire Tracey, Joanna Buckley, Robin Dick and Greg Szopa. Our lead Australian artist is Cameron Robbins.
To document, share and explore the creative process we have a wiki that we use as an online creative portal for the project.
Meridians creative portal.
Check it out to follow the project as it progresses.