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Public art – Kingston High School

Zeros and ones - messaging, invisible, encoded

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Zeros and ones are transmitted at the speed of light from antenna to antenna.  Instantaneous sinewaves snake through huge voids and around our world – messaging, invisible and encoded.

‘We are living in a Digital Soup’  Marcus Tatton

This work is part of the Tasmanian government’s public art collection commissioned through the Tasmanian Government Art Site Scheme.

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Marcus Tatton creates large scale public sculptures, inspired by the wild landscapes of Tasmania where he lives. He uses his work to explore the relationship between the natural and non-natural environments, and the effect that human interaction has on the landscape.

Tatton has created numerous public artworks including commissions through the Tasmanian Government Art Site Scheme, the state’s public art program. He has presented solo exhibitions in the ACT, Sydney and Tasmania and been represented in exhibitions at del Mano Gallery, Los Angeles and at SOFA Chicago, also with del Mano Gallery.

Tatton has won numerous awards including the prestigious Helen Lempriere Sculpture Prize at Sculpture by the Sea in 2011 and The Westpac Merit Award at Sculpture on the Gulf on Waiheke.


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Public art – Kingston High School

Kingston High School, Kingston View Drive, Kingston, Tasmania, Australia

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