Cockburn Central Station Tower Display

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The Faces of the Community artworks were displayed on the Cockburn Central Station tower from 2006 to 2019, when they were removed due to maintenance issues. In December 2019 the community voted on what they would like to see installed in their place, with a 43 per cent majority opting for a new piece of artwork.

An open tender asked Western Australian artists to address themes suggested by the community including: Aboriginal culture and history, native fauna or flora, and local landscapes. Three artists were then shortlisted to develop a concept design.

The Faces of the Community artworks were displayed on the Cockburn Central Station tower from 2006 to 2019, when they were removed due to maintenance issues. In December 2019 the community voted on what they would like to see installed in their place, with a 43 per cent majority opting for a new piece of artwork.

An open tender asked Western Australian artists to address themes suggested by the community including: Aboriginal culture and history, native fauna or flora, and local landscapes. Three artists were then shortlisted to develop a concept design.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    We are inviting community members to vote for their preferred concept design to be progressed and displayed on the Cockburn Central Station tower. Click through the artist information pages for more detailed information about the shortlisted artists and their concept designs. 

    You don’t have to live in the Cockburn area or be a Transperth passenger to vote (maybe you drive past the tower regularly). To have your say, cast your vote before 5pm Friday January 15, 2021.  Before voting, make sure you take a look at the artist information pages: Penny Bovell & John TooheyKerise Delcoure, and Signs & LinesEach individual can only vote once.

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