Monday, 28 June 2021

Eveleigh, artwork

This temporary artwork was located on the hoardings of Axle, a new office and retail development on the corner of Locomotive Street and Mitchell Way, in the inner city suburb of Eveleigh. 'Chaorder' was created by Beth Radford as part of a display of emerging artists selected to feature in the 'REFLECTION' series a South Eveleigh. This artwork explores patterns, progression, symmetry and sequence with its counterpart chaos, unpredictability, and the incalculable interactions found in the natural world. The hoardings have now been removed to reveal cafes, restaurants and shops.


  1. ...neat, it looks like patchwork quilt.

  2. The materials are intriguing -- looks like maybe glass? The overall impression is great. Good find.

    best... mae at

  3. Great one! Here they just put in grey paper whilst working.
    In your case guess many were sad when the work inside was done and this beauty put away!

    1. In the last few years they have made a huge effort in covering hoardings with art whilst the developments are under construction.

  4. Very colourful for sure! Much better than plain hoardings around constructions areas.
    Thanks for participating in Monday Murals Jim.

  5. That is so interesting -- beautiful art and a great idea.

  6. It's too bad this was temporary. It is beautiful, colorful, and so well done.


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