Gary Deirmendjian public installation at Sydney Olympic Park

June 29, 2018

drop is a major minimalist rope intervention of kinetic sensitivity by Gary Deirmendjian, now installed at the Sydney Olympic Park Railway Station. It draws its form and meaning directly from the architecture of the site, connecting to the canopy fringe at the Western main entry. drop consists of nineteen suspended ropes of graduated height that mirror the spatial arc scribed by this canopy fringe. The artist asks us to “just watch the buildings breathe in the slightest breeze, or even heave against a howling wind…”

Deirmendjian’s intervention joins three other public art installations at Sydney Olympic Park from July to October this year.






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