The Lendlease Art Advisory Panel has announced the largest permanent public artwork to date at the precinct, created by German artist, Sabine Hornig. Titled, “Shadows”, the piece will be installed across a 170-metre walkway that connects the three International Towers.

This “through site link” features Hornig’s photographic images of local Sydney flora layered on transparent glass walls, which will form interactive reflections of beautiful iridescent shadows on passersby’s faces and bodies.

“Pedestrians will become participants in the art as they will literally walk through the imagery,” explained Sabine Hornig.
Sabine Hornig Artwork
For inspiration, Hornig spent time in and around Sydney amidst nature. This experience translated into dreamlike shadows and reflections of our native bush that are brought together to create a path of discovery.

“This work will form part of the wider body of public artworks and cultural programs planned for Barangaroo South. Sydney is now the leading city in the world for these sorts of projects, which further cements our passionate dedication to creating the best places,” said Annie Tennant, General Manager, Sustainability and Culture, Barangaroo South.

The artwork is due to be completed by the end of 2018.
Sabine Hornig Artwork

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