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Title : Slow Drift Effect 2015

Location :Terminal 1 Perth International Airport. 

Client:  Perth Airport Pty Ltd

Photo credit : Rob Frith Arrivals and Bewlay Shaylor Departures

‘Concentrated bodies of colour unfold in watery landscapes in this artwork and pay tribute to the littoral zones of the Australian continent.’

‘Slow Drift Effect’ references the ancient Yarragadee Aquifer,  a significant freshwater aquifer located in the south west of Western Australia which is located beneath two superficial aquifers known as the Gnangara Mound and Jandakot Mound.

Located in two sections of Terminal 1 at Perth International airport, the work can be seen along vast areas of glass walls. In the Arrivals section the work spans a length of 54 metres and 1.5 height of glass glazing. The work in the Departures section follows an expanse of winding wall 3 metres in height and 64 metres in length that leads up the escalators and to the departure gates.

for more information click here 

https://www.form.net.au/project/perth-airport/

 

 

 

Perth International Departures Terminal by Penny Coss
Perth International Departures Terminal by Penny Coss
Perth International Departures Terminal by Penny Coss
Perth International Departures Terminal by Penny Coss
Installation View by Penny Coss
Installation View by Penny Coss
Installation View by Penny Coss
Installation View by Penny Coss
Installation Glazing Terminal 1 Perth International Airport by Penny Coss
'Slow Drift Effect' Terminal1 Perth International Airport by Penny Coss
'Slow Drift Effect' Terminal 1 Arrivals Perth International Airport by Penny Coss
Installation Glazing Terminal 1 Perth International Airport by Penny Coss
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