Daniel von Sturmer, New major public artwork ‘Painted Light’ 2019

August 23, 2019

Buxton Contemporary Collection artist, Daniel von Sturmer, has won the commission to produce a landmark public art piece for the newly developed Geelong Performing Arts Centre’s Ryrie Street building. Selected form an open call, Von Sturmer’s large-scale digital work Painted Light will produce a constant changing stream of coloured light, replicating the dripping of paint. This new project will be a key work in his recent series of light-based installations, expanding the potential for moving image and light within art. The Geelong Performing Arts Centre Ryrie Street Redevelopment is funded by the Victorian Government with some philanthropic support. This major new public artwork will be installed later this year. More information can be found a Geelong Arts Centre.


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