A group of French & Australian scholars, architects and artists put together an exhibition, ‘Shifting, drifting, dribbling’, as part of Sydney Design Week. The shared interest was in the intersection between Art, Cinema, and Architecture. Drawings, films, photographs, and texts were created that explored ‘architecture in film’ or ‘architecture of film’. Those involved included, Chris L […]
The photographer Alisha Gore is working on a creative artist series of photographs with people who have inspired her. She uses photography to tell a story about her subject’s creative (in this case architecture) practice. In her collaboration with Vesna Trobec she is focusing on Vesna’s use of layering, depth, and tone, in order to create rich […]
A ceramics artist has commissioned us to design a small ceramics school on her property that sits dramatically on the edge of Ku-Ring-Gai Chase National Park. She will begin taking classes upon construction completion in the earlier part of 2014.
Vesna Trobec is teaching drawing for the City of Sydney at the Kings Cross Library and the Juanita Nielsen Community Centre in Woolloomooloo. Sign up for free introductory classes (below) or the affordable short courses (details will be available soon). Drawing with Charcoal @ the Kings Cross Library (click to book for free – bookings required) […]
TROBEC – CHIU team up with artist and curator Bronia Iwanczak for a new public art proposal (following the success of our submission in 2011 to the City of Sydney). The artwork uses humour and personalised social engagements to target ageism within public life in Sydney city. Bronia Iwanczak is a visual artist whose mixed […]
TROBEC-CHIU were approached by artist Julia Landrey to help her realise a concept. As a public performance platform and a play object for public use, Batty is a sculpture, a stage, and a piece of equipment for play. Julia Landrey is an artist working in performance, installation and writing.
A project designed for Town Hall Square, Sydney. A collaboration between TROBEC – CHIU and artists Sarah Goffman & Bronia Iwanczak. We were selected as last-tier finalists by the City of Sydney and commissioned to develop the design. “Imagine arriving at Sydney Square and finding it scattered with oversized sculptural islands of found and collected […]