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澳大利亚布里斯班Floodlines景观艺术设计 | Alice Lang

经典案例 2020-09-08 来源:gooood
  • 项目名称:
    澳大利亚布里斯班Floodlines景观艺术作品
  • 项目地点:
    澳大利亚布里斯班
  • 设计公司:
  • 建成时间:
    2019

项目位于布里斯班市中心的水线公园(Waterline Park),由澳大利亚艺术家Alice Lang设计。作为皇后码头开发项目的一部分,水线公园成为一个全新且活跃的城市社交空间。Floodlines项目旨在为该公园创造一个醒目的视觉标记。从策展到落成,除了艺术家Alice Lang外,还云集了众多国内外专家,其中包括策展组专家Chris Saines, Avril Quaill, Alison Kubler,Natasha Smith,以及城市艺术工作室UAP.

Floodlines, by Australian artist Alice Lang, is a dynamic visual marker for Waterline Park, a new active urban community space that forms part of the Queens Wharf development. Curated by a panel of local and international experts including Chris Saines, Avril Quaill, Alison Kubler and Natasha Smith, the work was delivered from curation through to installation by UAP, in collaboration with the artist.


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▲项目概览,overall of the project © Alice Lang: Courtesy of Cian Sanders and UAP


河滨高速公路下侧的壁画,软质铺装地面,色彩鲜艳的健身器材以及夜间人工照明元件共同组成了这件五彩斑斓的艺术作品。作品中的纹样与色调极具亚热带风情,其灵感源自大理石的自然纹理,又好似历史卷轴或老唱片的封面。

The brightly coloured artwork includes a mural to the underside of the Riverside Expressway, a soft fall ground plane, brightly coloured gym equipment and night activated lighting elements. The predominantly graphic work, with sub-tropical colour palette, is inspired by marble patterns synonymous with the cover pages and book spines of historical volumes and records.


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▲高速公路下侧的壁画,软质铺装地面,色彩鲜艳的健身器, brightly coloured artwork includes a mural to the underside of the Riverside Expressway, a soft fall ground plane, brightly coloured gym equipment © Alice Lang: Courtesy of Cian Sanders and UAP

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▲纹样与色调源自大理石的自然纹理,predominantly graphic work, with sub-tropical colour palette, is inspired by marble patterns © Alice Lang: Courtesy of Cian Sanders and UAP


墨与水的混合,创造出这种传统的大理石纹理。通过对水量的控制,抽象出不同的图案效果。对于艺术家Alice Lang而言,水是项目中关键的灵感元素。她希望通过对布里斯班2010-11年洪水痕迹的描绘与记录,来唤起人们的记忆。

Ink which is mixed with water to create this traditional marble effect is abstracted and controlled by water, which was a key inspiration for Lang in seeking to evoke memories and notions of record keeping, and to depict traces of Brisbane’s 2010-11 flood.


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▲地面的图案描绘了布里斯班2010-11年的洪水,the ground pattern depicts Brisbane’s floods in 2010-11 © Alice Lang: Courtesy of Cian Sanders and UAP


Floodlines中一条对称的轴线显示了2011年的洪峰水位,将场地与历史联系起来,同时引发了观众对城市生态恢复与再生的思考。

A line of symmetry within the pattern indicates the 2011 flood peak level, connecting the site with its history and asking the viewer to consider notions of regeneration and resilience.


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▲地面与健身器材细部,detail of the ground and the gym equipment © Alice Lang: Courtesy of Cian Sanders and UAP



ARTIST:Alice Lang

ARTWORK: TITLEFloodlines

PROJECT:Waterline Park

LOCATION:Brisbane, Australia

CLIENT:Destination Brisbane Consortium (DBC)

BUILD:UAP

YEAR:2019

CURATORIAL PANEL:Chris Saines, Alison Kubler, Avril Quiall and Natasha Smith

Please credit images as follows:

Alice Lang: Courtesy of Cian Sanders and UAP



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