The curatorial framework ‘Sea Changes’ framed and informed this major public art commission program for the Moreton Bay Regional Council as part of their foreshore rejuvenation project. Art opportunities were identified within the various layers of the foreshore experience, site-specifically evoking an evolving sense of time and place in this historically significant coastal landscape.

Artfully’s Beth Jackson, then engaged at Brecknock Consulting, worked closely with the AECOM landscape design team. The resulting artworks include: a 12m high wind-activated icon by New Zealand artist Phil Price; carved granite forms by Hew Chee Fong & L. M. Noonan; an interactive street-side sculpture by Russell Anderson; an illuminated installation by local Indigenous artist Bianca Beetson; a series of ceramic tableaux by Indigenous artist Megan Cope; and a new ANZAC memorial designed by artist Brad Nunn.