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Ormonde Parade in Hurstville transformed by completion of vibrant and immersive public art installation ‘Interwoven’


Hurstville Station’s transit corridor has become more vibrant and colourful thanks to the recent completion of ‘Interwoven’, a public art installation.

As part of Georges River Council’s Ormonde Parade Precinct Public Art project, ‘Interwoven’ is a multi-faceted lighting installation featuring a series of LED neon tubes tangled in a mid-air symphony of art and symbolism. Each neon trail is mapped after a real-world corridor of connectivity within the Georges River Local Government Area; waterways, arterial roads, railways and bus routes.

Heading east from the Hurstville Central entrance on Ormonde Parade, the permanent art installation pays homage to the past, present, and future of the Georges River area, transforming the transport hub from a place of waiting to a place of unlimited destinations, synchronised with the rhythm of the urban environment.

The installation was completed recently by Sydney-based artists Lawrence Liang of Lawrence Liang Public Art and Ali Megahed, who were the successful candidates with their concept following a competitive Expressions of Interest process in February 2022. The artists worked with Tilt Industrial Designs for the development and installation of the artwork.

Georges River Council Mayor Nick Katris said, “The project was part of Council’s ongoing commitment to public art and vibrant spaces through the Georges River Council Public Art Policy and Create Georges River Cultural Strategy.

“Public art humanises our built environment as it vibrantly reflects our culture and history. I commend artists Lawrence Liang and Ali Megahed for enlivening Ormonde Parade, I am sure ‘Interwoven’ will invigorate commuters.”

To find out more about public art in the Georges River, visit the Public Art page on Council’s website.