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Creating magnificent sculpture requires organisation and project management behind the scenes.  Forward planning and problem solving are what we bring to the facilitation of land art installations.

Some significant arts consultancy projects:  Andy Goldsworthy:  Strangler Cairn


Andy Goldsworthy's Strangler Cairn, 2011

Department of Environment and Resource Management

The internationally renowned environmental artist, Andy Goldsworthy, was commissioned by the Department of Environment and Resource Management with financial support from Queensland Public Art Fund, art+place, to create a unique piece of landscape art to mark the unique character and spectacular landscapes of the Conondale Ranges in celebration of the Great! Walk in Southeast Queensland. Andy's proposal was to create a cairn made from local stone and plant a strangler fig into the rock which would, eventually, completely enclose the cairn.

This was an intensive project management exercise, beginning with the sourcing and preparation of suitable stone from a nearby quarry and coordinating the logistics to transfer 35 tonnes of stone into an environmentally senstive national park, primarily by helicopter. Quality tools had to be sourced and the installation site supplied with all the equipment requried to ensure there were no delays in the tight schedule. The installation took place over two intensive periods of 14 days during August and September 2011.

DERM rangers were a strong part of the installation team and close liaison with them made for a well executed project.

Being a public arts program, several Talks with the Artist were organised over the duration of the project. Univertisty art students were selected to participate, giving them a fantastic opportunity to work with a promient artist such as Andy Goldsworthy.


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