A video about the Save 10 Murray art exhibition has been posted on the ABC Local Radio website. Features sister0 (Nancy Mauro-Flude) and Madeline Kidd, two of the artists, and architect Paul Johnston. Watch the video.
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Posted in Uncategorized, tagged 10 murray, exhibition, heritage festival, hobart, parliament square, please don't let me be misunderstood, protest art, tasmanian architecture on April 18, 2010 | Leave a Comment »
HOBART – 16 March, 2010. Save 10 Murray today announced the 34 artists who will take part in Please Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood. The exhibition asks artists to creatively respond to 10 Murray Street, the Hobart high-rise office block that has been condemned to demolition under the recently approved ‘Parliament Square’ redevelopment.
The participating artists are: Andrew Harper, Adam Walker, David Keeling, Helen Wright, Lucy Gouldthorpe, Luke Morgan, Matt Warren, Narelle Badalassi, Pip Stafford, Rory Lefroy, Stephen Walker, Sarah Jones, sister0, Thomas Ryan, Tom O’Hern, Peter Hiller, Jocelyn Loney, Alex Hamilton, Billy Gruner, Cara-Ann Simpson, Damiano Bertoli, Daniel Argyle, Joshua Petherick, Juan Ford, Ry Haskings, Richard Butler-Bowdon, Sean Meilak. Sarah Keighery, Masato Takasaka, Jacob Walker, Kati Rule, Lisa Radford, Madeline Kidd, Warren Taylor and Xin Cheng. (more…)
Posted in Uncategorized, tagged 10 murray, brutalism, demolition, exhibition, heritage festival, hobart, modernism, parliament square, please don't let me be misunderstood on March 3, 2010 | 1 Comment »
Push to save 10 Murray: Artists organise exhibition in praise of high-rise block
The Mercury, March 4
A lobby group that wants to save a government high-rise building from the wrecking ball is organising an art exhibition to “creatively” protest against its demolition.
Save 10 Murray spokeswoman Briony Kidd said the exhibition would feature unique depictions of what the group considered to be one of Hobart’s finest examples of modern architecture.
The exhibition will be held from May 5-14 as part of the National Trust’s Heritage Festival.