Waverley Council is carrying out a series of temporary urban design projects to activate and improve the quality of the public domain in the Bondi Junction Centre.
Waverley Council is inviting quotations from artists and design groups to design and install a public artwork on the temporary hoarding around the Boot Factory building in Norman Lee Place. The project offers an opportunity to create an inviting urban artwork that improves the visual character of the space and adds much needed detail, fun and interest at human scale. The final artwork must have a strong concept which creates atmosphere, is generous, uplifting and inviting. Artists are to submit quotations (up to $15,000) and concepts by 5pm on 16 April 2015
It is envisaged that the artwork will:
· have a vibrancy that is immersing, fluid and playful at human scale;
· allow pedestrians to re-think how they engage in the everyday within their urban
· be informed by the site and history of the area; and
· appeal to a wide audience and be uplifting to the spirit.
For application packs and details on how to apply please see the tenders online website;