One of the most recognisable pieces of public art in Sydney – thanks to its colours and its prominent position in Taylor Square – Reko Rennie’s building ‘skin’ reclaims space for its traditional owners. This is Aboriginal land – specifically, Gadigal land. The diamond patterns, which recur through Rennie’s art practice, reference his connection to the Kamilaroi people of north-western NSW.
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1-5 Flinders St