"Always Was, Always Will Be" is an artwork by Reko Rennie at Taylor Square, in the inner city suburb of Surry Hills. The artwork explores what it means to be an urban Aboriginal in contemporary Australian society. The geometric diamonds reference the artist's associations to the traditional markings of the Kamilaroi people in north-western New South Wales. The neon text on the facade "Always was, always will be" in this context means this was Gadigal country and always will be Gadigal. This temporary artwork is part of the Streetware program but there are plans to restore the facade of the former Commercial Bank building, which was built in 1910 between Flinders Street and Bourke Street.