Parramatta Light Rail Stage 2 Public Art and Heritage Interpretation Strategy

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Client

Transport for NSW

Services

Curation/Content
Strategy

Sector

Cultural
Government

SUPERSENSE co-authored The Parramatta Light Rail Stage 2 (PLR2) Public Art and Heritage Interpretation Strategy (PAHI) which provides a coordinated approach to developing interpretation and art along the line and at stations from Parramatta to Sydney Olympic Park.

Our role was to provide a blueprint for interpretation journeys through the landscape, places to dwell, places to reflect, opportunities to present cycles of change, and for learning whilst travelling. Our process involved developing an overarching line-wide theme, nuanced differentiation of the line-wide theme at each stop to express the unique character of each place, and a series of interconnected themes that resonate across the line.

Our role as interpretation planners is to make the many overlapping and layered experiences in this place legible in ways that express their global and local significance and that importantly, engage with a diverse range of visitors.

Historians

Paul Ashton and Kylie Andrews

Public Art collaborator

Cultural Capital
SUPERSENSE co-authored 'The Parramatta Light Rail Stage 2 Public Art and Heritage Interpretation Strategy'. We provided a blueprint for interpretation and public art throughout the line and developed an overarching line-wide theme and curatorial vision, and a series of interconnected themes to resonate across the line.
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SUPERSENSE co-authored 'The Parramatta Light Rail Stage 2 Public Art and Heritage Interpretation Strategy'. We provided a blueprint for interpretation and public art throughout the line and developed an overarching line-wide theme and curatorial vision, and a series of interconnected themes to resonate across the line.
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