Zip Me Up

Transformed Temporary Public Art Program

The Transformed Temporary Public Art Program aims to enliven public spaces in our three activity centres with temporary art installations and thought provoking experiences. Contemporary art installations and light projections are visible day and night in a range of locations.

Artists are invited to submit proposals for temporary public art projects.

For more information download Transformed artist's brief below:

Dandenong - Transformed artist's brief - 6.15MB

Noble Park - Transformed artist's brief - 1.05MB

Springvale - Transformed artist's brief - 1.07MB

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View all of the Transformed Projects that were created and on display in central Dandenong from 2021 to present.
View all of the Transformed Projects that were created and on display in central Dandenong from 2006 to 2020.
Audiences are invited to see the object of a bollard as an entirely new form.
Julian Clavijo uses the structure of the car park and its architectural façade to explore notions of veiling.
Melbourne based artist Robbie Rowlands has created an extraordinary site responsive sculpture 'The Utilitarian'.
Inspired by childhood Upside-Down, reminds us to embrace the ‘child like’ feeling and view of the world.
Zip Me Up celebrates how precious feelings of connection to the past can help foster new beginnings in the present.