Andrew Belletty, Mark Leacy & Bianca Hayden, Mark Surtees, Heidi Axelsen & Hugo Moline and Georgina Donovan & Freedom Wilson have all been selected to develop contemporary art installations for each laneway. All five artworks respond to and celebrate the theme of ‘sustainability,’ with each work presenting a unique and creative perspective on this theme.
5 Installations | 5 Laneways
A meeting place for the project journey.
Artwork proposals for Living Lanes were evaluated by a panel featuring leading members of the Blue Mountains artistic community. Applications were assessed on but not limited to: creative approach to addressing sustainability, innovative approach to interpretation of public laneway spaces, calibre/experience of artist/s/team and audience experience. Artists were also asked to consider 3D, kinetic, interactive,
The laneways running through Katoomba CBD are quirky and unique features of the township that have long existed as under-utilised. The five approved laneways set to be transformed by the Living Lanes project retain innumerable potentialities for re-imagination and activation. Have a browse through the gallery – each photo indicates a potential site for artwork
5 Installations | 5 Laneways Living Lanes is a visual arts project that aims to create a series of new contemporary art installations revitalising five laneways in Katoomba’s town centre. An Expression of Interest was put to the diverse community of Greater Western Sydney artists to submit artwork proposals that would engage and inspire visitors