Kilcunda,
30
July
2015
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04:03
Australia/Melbourne

Site Lines Set For Kilcunda

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Keep an eye on the Kilcunda foreshore with the Public Art Project Site Lines being installed from mid to late August.

Once complete, the public art sculpture designed by Bush Projects, Sarah Hick and Bonnie Grant, will be celebrated with a public event in September.

Bass Coast Mayor, Cr Kimberley Brown, said Council commissioned the artwork as part of its commitment to public art around the Shire, and had worked with the Kilcunda community to design a piece significant to the area.

Sarah and Bonnie have created their design after input from the community and it plays on the history of Kilcunda,” Cr Brown said.

“The artwork is a structure of inter-connected sculptural forms which echo the layered history of Kilcunda’s settlement.

“The linear form of the work is three dimensional and open, framing various views of the expansive coastal surrounds. Visitors will be able to view the artwork by walking right through it.”

The sculpture will be situated opposite the Kilcunda Community Hall near the rail trail and Cypress trees so it will not block the view, but frame it.

Ms Grant and Ms Hicks are cross disciplinary artists, working within both the public and domestic realm.