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S1 Ep6 - Riven With Fire 24:01

S1 Ep6 - Riven With Fire

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Riven With Fire - An art practice that engages with chance and coincidence and seeks to explore the deep beauties of the universe at work? Sounds tricky - it is. #SBSArts
S1 Ep5 - Turbulent Line 23:59

S1 Ep5 - Turbulent Line

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Turbulent Lines - Urban Art Projects land a big local client - the Brisbane Airport Corporation are building a huge new parking station and to cover one side they want a big piece of art. Really big. But the two football field’s size isn’t the only stretch - because the artist commissione...
S1 Ep4 - Felled 23:59

S1 Ep4 - Felled

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Felled - The struggle of ‘scaling up’ artwork is never more apparent than when you’re starting with a figure barely 30cm tall. When you add the difficulties of handcrafting in clay across the language barrier, then the final results speak both to an extraordinary tenacity of vision and th...
S1 Ep3 - The Beacon 24:00

S1 Ep3 - The Beacon

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The Beacon - When international clients come calling UAP is keen to rise to the challenge, and when the client is the King of Saudi Arabia, the budget is no problem - rather, its the challenges of deadline and location that have this 60 metre his sculptural tower struggling to rise from t...
S1 Ep2 - Bibles And Bullets 23:59

S1 Ep2 - Bibles And Bullets

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UAP’s work with indigenous artists has seen some extraordinary artworks come to life, but expressing in Big Art the dark history of Post Colonial Australia’s occupation by Europeans becomes an even greater challenge when secret messages are being woven into the very material of the artwor...
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