Su/spend - experimental living plant work by Lloyd Godman based on the principle of super sustainability - © Lloyd Godman
Tipping point, recycled stainless steel pipe and gravy boat, the three elements can rotate independently while the gravy boat acts as a bucket fountain and tips the water out once it fills during rain. Installed 27 July, 2013 - Images, with Melbourne's tallest building Eureka tower in the background.
Supported by the City of Melbourne, through the Arts Grants Program
Tipping point, at Baldessin Press & Studio, before the installation.
Air garden eight installed September 2013 - QueensbridgePedestrian precinct, Northbank ,of the Yarra River, Melbourne. The work is located on the fenced boundary between the public concourse and Platform 10 at Swanson St Station - intentionally the site is a difficult location to install living plants. The series of rotating air gardens extend between 8 existing lighting columns from SIGNAL towards Swanson St.
As an urban concourse with high daily foot traffic, this is an area of significance to the inner city environment.
proposal - photo mock up of Airborne, a series of rotating gardens for Melbourne City Council, the proposal has been accepted and will be installed 2013
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