Wollongong City celebrates people and place in a community led immersive artwork, presented as part of the Spin Cycling World Championship cultural program.
Presented in conjunction with the Wollongong World Cycling Championship, this public art work celebrated the energy of the Wollongong community and the local coastal landscape.
Creative Leads: Matthew Aberline and
Consulting Engineer: Beta Engineering
Manufactured by: The Beautiful and Useful Studio
Gallery Collaborator: The Wollongong Art Gallery
Community Collaborators: Friends of the Wollongong Art Gallery / Workshop Program, Wollongong Tafe Graphic Design, Wollongong High School
Commissioned by the Wollongong City Council for the Spin Cycling World Championship, in partnership with Wollongong Art Gallery.
The work was shown for two weeks in Wollongong's central pedestrian plaza in conjunction with an additional series of community activations.
Textiles made from recycled PET polyester. Manufactured using 100% renewable electricity (Solar). Bases and ballast designed to be reused. All polyester waste re-recycled onshore by Sealy.
The Beautiful and Useful Studio
Unit 2 / 414 Botany Rd, Beaconsfield NSW 2015