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Exhibition shows Torrens to Torrens perspective

15 May 2018

Image by Donna Parker showing traffic controller and scenery around the Darlington construction

The Torrens to Torrens project along South Road is being celebrated in art and photography.

Torrens to Torrens Perspectives is a group exhibition of personal responses to the South Road redevelopment, including pieces such as watercolour, photographs, mosaics and paintings.

On display at the Hindmarsh Library on Port Road until Friday 29 June, this is an opportunity to see the project from the perspective of the community.

The centrepiece of the exhibition is by Donna Parker and is a ‘thank you to T2T photo’ she created which is for sale at $1490 and incorporates several project photos from her perspective on the one canvas.

This piece is a great story as the young traffic controller in the art piece is her daughter who got a job on the project. Her name is Ali and she is in the project ‘target group’ for employment.

All the artworks and photos are for sale.


Images from the Torrens to Torrens Perspectives exhibition


 Image showing a home next to construction with worker talking to two people in the home
Image showing homes, power lines and a treePainting of blue flowers with green leaves
 Painting of an excavator digging piles of dirt on construction sitePainting showing five cats sitting on large area of brown dirt with old house with trees in the backgroundPainting of front-end loader working at pile of dirt with tip truck next to it and excavator and other trucks and the new bridge in the background
Painting of traffic controller in overalls and a helmet holding a stop sign. There is a truck loaded with traffic signs to the right of the worker.Stylised photo of a semi-trailer going under the new bridge on the construction siteA man riding a bike across an intersection next to the construction site. There are cars on either side and an empty building surrounded by fencing in the background.