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The Making of 'Halo' at Central Park

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Published on Aug 19, 2012

'Halo' is a wind activated kinetic sculpture by two of Australia's pre-eminent public artists, Jennifer Turpin and Michaelie Crawford. Part of Central Park's $8 million public art collection, 'Halo' was commissioned by Frasers Property and Sekisui House in collaboration with the City of Sydney.

Videographer Ian Hobbs has documented the complex process of design, engineering, fabrication and installation which has brought this $1.3 million artwork to life, producing a unique insight into a sculpture Jennifer Turpin describes as "as much an invention as an artwork'.

PUBLIC VIEWING | Come down to Chippendale Green on Saturday 25 August from 11-3 to get up close to 'Halo', the magnificent new kinetic artwork which has just been placed within the park. Grab a bean bag and settle in to watch Halo's brilliant yellow ring circle lazily 12 metres above your head. The park is located on O'Connor Street off Abercrombie Street, Chippendale.

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