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Gadigal Mural

BY Australian Design Centre | 09-May-2019
The City of Sydney's Art & About Sydney program has partnered with ADC to produce a new public artwork.
Venue: Australian Design Centre
Address: 101-115 William Street (Corner of Palmer and William Street), Darlinghurst 2010
Date: Ongoing
Time: This public artwork is viewable 24 hours a day via Barnett Lane.
Ticket: Free
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Image credit: Jason Wing, Dennis Golding and Lucy Simpson, Gadigal Mural, 2019. Photo: Jodie Barker.

‘You are on Gadigal Land’

Adding to the visual and cultural landscape of Darlinghurst, The City of Sydney's Art & About Sydney program has partnered with ADC to produce a new public artwork.

Gadigal Mural, designed by Sydney artist Jason Wing, with First Nations Creative Producers Dennis Golding and Lucy Simpson for Australian Design Centre (ADC), is a collaborative artwork referencing both the topographical patterning and material culture of Gadigal country.

Reaching over 25 metres long and 17 meters high, across the back of a three-story building in Barnett Lane, the mural features curved and circular lines referencing the geographical formations of Sydney lands and waters as well as the paths formed by Gadigal people before European Settlement.

What: Public Artwork
Where: Barnett Lane, Darlinghurst
When: This public artwork is viewable 24 hours a day via Barnett Lane.