Skip to main content

The Tasmanian Government Art Site Scheme Commission

Artwork

Part A Suspended lightweight artworks
Part B ‘Digital quilt’ new media artwork

Project number AW0390
Artwork budget

Part A $62 200 + GST (if applicable)
Part B $62 200 + GST (if applicable)

LocationRoyal Hobart Hospital, 48 Liverpool Street, Hobart Tasmania 7000

Campbell St entrance and facade design based on the Rajah quilt. Image courtesy of Lyons Architects.Applications are sought from contemporary artists for two separate commissions (Part A and Part B) for the Royal Hobart Hospital Redevelopment.

Part A Suspended lightweight artworks in the central entry atrium. The Artist's Brief encourages the commissioned artist/s to develop an immersive artwork of contemporary design possibly referencing the natural environment and potentially activating ephemeral light and movement. The artist however is not restricted to this approach within their conceptual framework.

Part B ‘Digital quilt’ new media artwork on the ground floor with associated 2D components integrated into C Block ground floor glass panels & K Block lift lobbies on eight floors. The digital quilt concept is based upon an artwork that uses multiple images/patterns/colours designed as a projected work onto the wall, screen based work which has the potential to change over time OR other emerging and experimental technologies.

Downloads

Submissions and enquiries

Apply now

Applications are made using our online application form. Click on the link below to start a new application.

Public art - application form

If you have any questions about this commission please contact Julie Stoneman (03) 6165 6667 or  julie.stoneman@arts.tas.gov.au

Online applications close 11:59 pm, Sunday 17 December 2017