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Whispers of art change

12 Nov 2013

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The large-scale artwork on 109 Clarendon, which is fast becoming a gateway to the suburb, is going to be changed.

The owners corporation (OC) of the residential building on the corner of Clarendon St and City Rd is looking for a unique way to change the artwork and perhaps have it rotating on a regular basis.

The current piece is a mural of Southbank and the OC has stated it would like any new artwork to continue a connection of some kind to the suburb.

If you have an idea for the type of artistic competition that would engage Southbank locals, let us know via our Facebook and Twitter pages.

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