Public artwork ‘wuruna’ – McKillop Park, Freshwater Headland

Above is a 3D mock up of the new Art  piece “wuruna” in situ.

McKillop Park is to be decorated and have installed a major new public art piece “wuruna” later this year and here is the announcement from the Northern Beaches Council and details of how you can be involved in the next stages through to installation.

Checkout the artist impressions below of the artwork concept for McKillop Park, Freshwater, courtesy mili mili.

The concept is inspired by the signal fires lit by Aboriginal people on headlands along the east coast as a system of communication, and by traditional Aboriginal structures called gunyas. The artwork integrates seating which will provide a place for the public to engage, sit and rest on site, without obstructing the views of ocean and sky.

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