‘Infinity Landscape’ explores urban ecology, suggesting that limited space can be expanded through the use of the idea of an infinity cube.

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It was produced by Sophie Rong, public artist and landscape architect, currently studying Master of Arts (Art in public space) at RMIT. Using high quality timber tables, hand-built two-way mirror boxes, LED lighting, and indigenous plants, Sophie has created functional art that offers some rare greenery in Rodda Lane’s concrete jungle.

The artwork comprises of two 350 mm-wide infinity cubes containing indigenous plants from Victoria. These infinite extensions of green urban space form an intriguing visual and emotional atmosphere.

With the RMIT City Campus currently under a state of transformation due to the construction of the NAS project, Sophie’s art responds to the question: “What role can be played by urban planting in the context of public art during this dynamic state of construction?”

Commissioned as a piece of nomadic-themed art, ‘Infinity Landscape’ will start its exhibition at Coffee Nomad and move around to new locations across campus over its lifespan.

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Urban Animators: Living Laboratory is sponsored by the NAS project with support from the RMIT Centre for Art, Society and Transformation (CAST). The program is curated by Grace Leone (CAST).

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