A temporary public art project called "Artists In Residence" occupies the heritage brewery buildings during redevelopment of the Central Park site, in the inner city suburb of Chippendale. "Local Memory" by Brook Andrew comprises of a series of portraits of people who worked in or were associated with the brewery's history between 1909 and 1998. The 18 portraits are almost 3 metres high each and fit neatly into the exposed grid of floors and walls on the northern exterior wall of the old Irving Street Brewery building. Each portrait is illuminated by a neon frame which flahes on and off in a series of programmed sequences. I missed out on photographing this artwork the previous week due to poor light but unfortunately when I returned last week workmen had just erected a billboard advertising beer. A workman can be seen here climbing down a rope, securing power cable conduits to the wall.