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One Day Sculpture: Ten Years On

Conference contribution
Authors Maddie Leach
Published in National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia
Publisher Public Art Commission
Place of publication Melbourne, Australia
Publication year 2019
Published at Valand Academy
Language en
Keywords Public art; artists; curation; commissioning; New Zealand; Melbourne
Subject categories Visual Arts


One Day Sculpture was a hugely ambitious temporary public art project jointly developed by Claire Doherty and David Cross which took place across five cities and regions in New Zealand in 2008-09. Featuring 20 commissions by artists including Thomas Hirschhorn, Lara Almarcegui, Superflex, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Javier Tellez and Paola Pivi, One Day Sculpture recast how temporary public art was experienced across time and space. Examining the impact and legacy of this unique public art project, this forum brought together joint project leaders Claire Doherty and David Cross, writer Daniel Palmer, curator and artist Cameron Bishop and artist Maddie Leach to reflect on the making of the project and what it might mean ten years on.

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