Cockburn Central Station Tower Display

The “Face of the Community” artwork has been on display on the Cockburn Central Station tower since 2006.

The two portraits were created by artists Rodney Glick and Marco Marcon by combining more than 250 photographs of local residents. The images of a teenager and a senior citizen were representative of the age groups that are frequent users of public transport and also suggest the notion of a life journey.

After 13 years of being a hot topic of conversation among locals and commuters this artwork has seen a few too many summers and has deteriorated. In October 2016 the faces were removed due to maintenance issues.

Your feedback will help inform the decision on what will be put on the structure to replace them.



The “Face of the Community” artwork has been on display on the Cockburn Central Station tower since 2006.

The two portraits were created by artists Rodney Glick and Marco Marcon by combining more than 250 photographs of local residents. The images of a teenager and a senior citizen were representative of the age groups that are frequent users of public transport and also suggest the notion of a life journey.

After 13 years of being a hot topic of conversation among locals and commuters this artwork has seen a few too many summers and has deteriorated. In October 2016 the faces were removed due to maintenance issues.

Your feedback will help inform the decision on what will be put on the structure to replace them.