Urban sculpture draws a link between the built environment, art, and the various ‘publics’ that compose the urban environment.


By critically engaging with
the built landscape, the
social fabric and the past, present or future of urban environment, urban
sculpture contributes to an understanding of and sense of place in urban culture.

Melbourne Prize Trust (2004)


Paul Carter
in collaboration with
Lab architecture studio
Nearamnew (2002)
Deakin’s Vision
Federation Square

 An initiative of Melbourne Prize Trust
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