Transforming place into a living art gallery and developing a creative economy were just some of our key objectives with Westfield Tea Tree Plaza in Adelaide.
The Westfield Tea Tree Plaza redevelopment commissioned local, interstate and Indigenous artists in the creation of public art including mural art, shared environments and sculpture.
The redevelopment focused on the needs, desires and aspirations of locals, and was purposefully designed to be the new heart of this active community, with the art curation and strategy directly aligning.
A highlight of the project was the collaboration between local emerging First Nations artist Elizabeth Close, and established Sydney-based street artist, Georgia Hill. The pair drew on their own artistic foundations and merged their styles to create a meaningful and beautiful mural titled ‘You, Me, Together’.
Featured artists include Elizabeth Close, Georgia Hill, Hiroyasu Tsuri, Vans the Omega, Jasmine Crisp, Lucy Bonnin, Greg Johns and Bronwyn Berman.
Photography by Nicole Reed.
Client: Scentre Group
Location: Westfield Tea Tree Plaza, Adelaide SA
Capabilities: Public Art Strategy, Curation, Placemaking, Public Art Delivery