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Brisbane Magistrated Court
Brisbane Magistrated Court

Brecknock Consulting project managed a major art program for the Brisbane Magistrates Court

Brisbane Magistrates Court
Brisbane Magistrates Court

Brecknock Consulting project managed a major art program for the Brisbane Magistrates Court, iconic sculpture by artist Daniel Templeman

Brisbane Magistrates Court
Brisbane Magistrates Court

Brecknock Consulting project managed a major art program for the Brisbane Magistrates Court, sculptural art by Indigenous artist Fiona Foley

Brisbane Magistrates Court
Brisbane Magistrates Court

Brecknock Consulting project managed a major art program for the Brisbane Magistrates Court, artist designed furniture by Guy Parmenter

Brisbane Magistrates Court
Brisbane Magistrates Court

Brecknock Consulting project managed a major art program for the Brisbane Magistrates Court, foyer artwork by Indigenous artist Judy Watson

Brisbane Magistrates Court
Brisbane Magistrates Court

Brecknock Consulting project managed a major art program for the Brisbane Magistrates Court, integrated artwork by Bruce Reynolds

Brisbane Magistrates Court
Brisbane Magistrates Court

Brecknock Consulting project managed a major art program for the Brisbane Magistrates Court, Indigenous artist Lilla Watson

Brisbane Magistrates Court
Brisbane Magistrates Court

Brecknock Consulting project managed a major art program for the Brisbane Magistrates Court, artist Sandra Selig

Brisbane Magistrates Court
Brisbane Magistrates Court

Brecknock Consulting project managed a major art program for the Brisbane Magistrates Court, photographic artwork by Marian Drew

art + architecture

 

BRISBANE MAGISTRATES COURT

 

Client: Department of Justice and Attorney-General

Architect: Cox Rayner

Curator: Jay Younger

Artists: Eugene Carchesio, Sebastian Di Mauro, Marian Drew, Fiona Foley, Barabara Heath, Judith Kentish, Guy Parmenter, Freye Pinney, Bruce Reynolds, Sandra Selig, Daniel Templeman, Judy Watson, Lilla Watson, Judith Wright

 

During 2003 and 2004 Brecknock Consulting worked with a team of artists, architects, government officers, fabricators and consultants to bring together a major collection of integrated artworks for the Brisbane Magistrates Court, which is located at 363 George Street, Brisbane.

 

With a total allocation of $1.7M the project is one of the largest Art Built-in expenditures on a single project. The building was officially opened by the Premier on the 16th of November 2004 and included a total of 14 artworks that reflect the process of the legal system and engage with the architecture of the building.