Projects    Port Augusta Foreshore + Causeway Entrances

The first major metropolitan art installation for the City of Port Augusta, along the causeway entrance/exit to the city centre and the recently developed foreshore area. Greg Perkin, City Manager, Port Augusta City Council said “the installation will enhance our public image, represent the people in our community, be representative of our location and promote Port Augusta as a centre for artistic and creative excellence.” ‘Making Tracks’ is a series of gravel mounds in the colours of the local landscape. They reflect the forms of the Flinders Ranges in one direction and the horizon line of the bush in the other. The title also refers to the location of Port Augusta as the cross roads of East – West and South – North travel across Australia. ‘Swinging Tales’are a set of wind vanes that carry the symbols of what is important to the people of Port Augusta.

Making Tracks + Swinging Tales by Margaret Worth

Making Tracks + Swinging Tales  2007

Stainless steel + painted steel.

600 X 100 X 30 cms each

Making Tracks + Swinging Tales by Margaret Worth

Making Tracks + Swinging Tales  2009

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Making Tracks + Swinging Tales by Margaret Worth

Making Tracks + Swinging Tales  2009

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Making Tracks + Swinging Tales, Port Augusta Entrances by Margaret Worth

Making Tracks + Swinging Tales, Port Augusta Entrances  2009

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Making Tracks + Swinging Tales by Margaret Worth

Making Tracks + Swinging Tales  2009

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