Madeleine Preston is a Sydney based artist working in painting, sculpture, and installation. The current focus of her practice is how people choose to remember the past and how and what they choose to forget. She is a director of Home@735 Gallery in Redfern

Work (click on pics to enter galleries) > Public Art - Glenfield Station Car Park Facade (11)

CLICK ON IMAGES TO ENLARGE & VIEW GALLERY Silvija Lomanaite and Madeleine Preston collaborated on the creation of the sculptural facade a four storey car park in the Western Sydney suburb of Glenfield. The concept emphasises the notion of speed on the two-dimensional surface. The facade is 25 m long, and 9m high and made out of 54 individual panels. The panels were fabricated in in China and shipped to Australia and assembled on site. The carpark was officially opened by Kristina Keneally, the then State Premier, on September 3rd 2010.