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APPRECIATE: The artists breathing life into Melbourne’s future Metro Tunnel.

The Metro Tunnel has been under construction for so long we’ve almost forgotten there’s a point to the scaffolding, bollards and cranes that have taken up what seems like permanent residence in our city. We come however, bearing good news: construction is edging into its final years, and five incredible artists from around the world have been commissioned to create permanent large-scale artworks in each of its five underground stations – a far cry from the grey, dystopian vibes of the current City Loop.

The artists set to invigorate the tunnel walls include visionary Melbourne artist Patricia Piccinini (Parkville Station), VCA’s head of painting Raafat Ishak (Anzac Station), winner of the National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art Award Danie Mellor (State Library Station), Mexican-Canadian Artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer (Town Hall Station), and multidisciplinary Australian artist Abdul Abdullah (Arden Station). Spanning everything from mosaic to installation, the works will draw on Melbourne’s cultural heritage while making thought-provoking sociopolitical commentary and contributing to the next phase of our artistic evolution.

Uniting the collection will be a line-wide artwork by Yorta Yorta/Wamba Wamba/Mutti Mutti/Boonwurrung artist Maree Clarke. Spanning all five stations, the piece will embrace the five clans of the Kulin nation and foster connections to Country through depictions of the landscape.

Read more here.