Chris Bennie, Kenneth Lambert, Annie Macindoe, Stefania Shevchenko, Matt Schembri
Mood Swings, Debris IV, Everything that lies above, Space - Ocean Continuum, tsuris
Art Pharmacy's latest long term Creative Placemaking project - a digital arts activation in the lobby at 100 Creek Street, Brisbane.
Art Pharmacy managed a long-term Digital Placemaking Project for Brisbane lobby at 100 Creek Street, the National Bank House, which was to become an evolving and inspirational site that celebrates the local area through custom made hyper-local content, created by local artists. 100 Creek Street is the first project of its kind in Australia.
Art Pharmacy curated five themes for a year long program of digital art, leading a comprehensive and sustainable digital art implementation and procurement that reflected ISPT’s vision, as well as raising the profile of the area in an authentic fashion. These themes reflected the iconic elements of Queensland: water, earth, rainforest, coral, earth and sand and were interpreted by five local Brisbane digital artists to create looping videos for each theme.
The work is across two screens, meaning that the viewer has to travel to see the work in its entirety, playing into the dynamic of the work and its busy office lobby location. The works are 4m high and 12m long, making for a dramatic presence.