Public work by Emma Coulter towers above Melbourne’s Domain precinct

Ahead of Emma Coulter’s debut solo exhibition with the gallery, infinite systems, opening 15 July, we are thrilled to share these incredible images of one of her most recent major public works.⁠

spatial deconstruction #28 (the grid) was commissioned by and for Crema Constructions for their gallery in the sky. Towering above Melbourne’s Domain precinct, Coulter’s spatial deconstruction uses the reference point of the building grid, through a rules-based approach to generate organic geometric patterns, activated though a highly chromatic palette.⁠

A permanent public artwork will be installed later this year, following construction – stay tuned!⁠

infinite systems will run 15 June – 2nd July, with an opening event to be held Saturday 17 May 2-4PM. RSVP via DM or by email info@jamesmakingallery.com⁠

To request a PDF catalogue, please DM or email info@jamesmakingallery.com⁠


‘spatial deconstruction number 28 – THE GRID’⁠
10 x 7 x 3.5 metres⁠


Emma Coulter. spatial deconstruction number 28 – THE GRID. 10 x 7 x 3.5 metres⁠

Image credits: Adam king⁠
Courtesy CREMA⁠

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