Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Guessing Game (and the answer)

Maybe I'm just not digging hard enough but there doesn't seem to be any information on the changing projections by artist Ian de Gruchy on the William Jolly Bridge. This was last night's. I think it might be a drawing of City Hall.

Yes, a nice web-based database with information and pictures on all of the different pictures would be lovely. Perhaps I should write a letter.
                                         
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AMENDMENT: Isn't it great? Ask and you shall receive. I emailed Ian de Gruchy who has kindly told me that this artwork is by Hanna Groff and it is to celebrate Youth Week. So there you go. For some other projections onto the bridge, click on the "WJB Projections" label below.

5 comments:

J Bar said...

Quite interesting projections.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Joanna said...

I'm still puzzled. What do those drawings of buildings have to do with Youth Week? Unless of course, Hanna Groff is a youth...

What does that bridge look like without any projections? And by the way, I like all the projections; it's a neat idea.

cara said...

Hi Joanna. I haven't got any pictures of the whole bridge (how did that happen?) but you can get a good idea from any one of the posts on these days: April 19 2009, Jan 7 2010, Jan 11 2010, April 3 2010. I'm afraid I couldn't find much about Hanna Groff and the Youth Week website wasn't so helpful either. I'm hoping the Museum of Brisbane, who I think are managing the project, might be able to help me. An email has been sent!

T. Becque said...

What a great medium/format for one's art! Neat picture!

Annie said...

There was a little on the museums website about the projections...and of course ian's website was interesting also.

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