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AS THE CROW FLIES: REKO RENNIE’S 1500 m2 INSTALLATION

This image: Reko Rennie on site during the work in progress being painted at Barangaroo. Photos: Daniel Boud
Banner Image: Reko Rennie on site with As The Crow Flies at Barangaroo. Photo: David Varga

 Australian artist Reko Rennie has completed his major site-specific contemporary art installation at Barangaroo South in Sydney’s CBD. The commanding work, titled AS THE CROW FLIES is painted over buildings, hoardings and rooftops spanning a 1500 square-metre footprint – the equivalent size of a high-rise city building – and will remain in place for at least two years.

The large-scale, two-colour installation, in bright cobalt blue and neon pink, has been painted vertically and horizontally onto the exteriors and interiors of a buildings and hoardings in Barangaroo South, between International Tower Three and Hickson Road. The work extends into the entry and exit areas of the main car park and covers rooftops, making the pop-aesthetic inspired installation clearly visible from nearby office towers. Continue reading AS THE CROW FLIES: REKO RENNIE’S 1500 m2 INSTALLATION