Time & Location
18 Sept 2014, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Carlton Project Space, 107/17 Carlton St, Chippendale NSW 2008, Australia
About the Event
Benedict Anderson, Thomas Cole, Adam Goodrum The project focuses on the unprecedented shift in the Australian law and legal reforms from 1972-75 under Gough Whitlam’s Labor Government, the then Attorney-General Lionel Murphy and constitutional writer Charles Comans. Concerned with the politics of representation, identity and aesthetics of reflection, the project takes the form of two public sculptures. The first sculpture located at the Hyde Park site; the second situated within the parliamentary triangle of Canberra and located adjacent to the High Court of Australia. Both sculptures are conceived to uncover and commemorate the relationships between law, place and civil society.
Exhibition opening Thursday 18 September 6 – 8pm
The exhibition will be opened by City of Sydney Councillor Linda Scott and publisher Paul McGillick.
Acknowledgements: Allan Ismay, Box and Dice; Paul McGillick, Indesign Magazine; Aaron Rule, Office of E.G. Whitlam AC QC; Evatt Foundation; Matt Austin and Jason Tran, EndOfLine; Linda Scott Councilor, City of Sydney; Eva Rodriguez Riestra, City of Sydney.
Exhibition continues to Saturday 11 October Tuesday to Saturday 12 – 4pm (or by appointment)
Image: Aerial view of Canberra sculpture proposal: photo, Paul Pavlou
Kate Major: 9215 8006