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TWIN MINIGAGARIN, Plastique Fantastique, Canberra Airport. Photo: 5 Foot Photography
TWIN MINIGAGARIN, Plastique Fantastique, Canberra Airport. Photo: 5 Foot Photography

Public Art Walk at Canberra Airport

The Canberra Airport provides a stimulating environment for travelers, with a group of commissioned sculptures by renowned artists, including Phil Price, Haruyuki Uchida and Andrew Rogers. This inspired DESIGN Canberra to invite its viewers to join Neil Hobbs in the Canberra Airport departures foyer at the Plastique Fantastique TWIN MINIGAGARIN installation for a guided Public Art Walk.

Neil shared his insights on the group of unique site-specific pieces at Canberra Airport and his perspective on the temporary inflatable structure, TWIN MINIGAGARIN by Plastique Fantastique.

Neil Hobbs is a FAILA registered Landscape Architect and founding partner at Harris Hobbs Landscapes. An alumnus of the University of Canberra, Neil specialises in commercial and government sector projects ranging from preliminary design through to documentation and construction.

Neil is involved with in a number of allied organisations, including membership to the Governing Council of the Gallery of Australian Design. He is twice the Past National President of the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects, and has served as a member of the AILA National Council for nearly a decade.

DESIGN Canberra is delighted to have Canberra Airport and Neil Hobbs involved in promoting Canberra as a city of design.

For more information about Canberra Airport’s art collection please download the CityArt App.