Place to Place – Artworks by Australian Artist Warren Langley
Tilt is proud to be working with widely regarded Australian Artist Warren Langley for Place to Place – A collection of artworks transforming between day and night to provide a remarkable wayfinding solution within the campus landscape of Curtin University, Perth.
Warren’s Artworks are symbolic of human endeavours and will be located in gathering and resting points. The contemporary design of the artworks echoing their architectural and environmental surroundings.
Tilt is providing support to artist Warren Langley throughout the entire process from Design, Fabrication, Delivery, and Installation. With the detailed design now complete, fabrication is underway.
Our team has been busy working through site integration details, material selections, and the overall installation process.
Sustainability has been a prominent part of the brief.
Steel and glass, the artwork’s significant constituents, are 100% recyclable and have been designed for disassembly.
The artwork lighting scheme is low energy and has a very long design life. We are very privileged to support Warren and provide advanced manufacturing and technology solutions to produce and fully realise Warren’s artworks “Place to Place.”
Curtin University holds a variety of artworks from renowned Australian Artists. Find out more here.
Warren Langley, Australian Artist
An introduction to Artist – Warren Langley
Warren is renowned for light and glass art with an extensive portfolio within the built environment and over 35 years of experience. Some of Warren’s most notable projects are:
Aspire, vital to the pedestrian link between Ultimo and Sydney CBD.
Breathe – Light and water sculpture, Tacoma Museum of Contemporary Art, USA
See more of Warren Langley’s work here
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