10 . 04 . 2014
AMPR worked closely with Melbourne Central this month to reveal ‘The Kisho Prize’ installation by local emerging artist and the winner of the prize, Hamish Munro.
As part of the reveal, AMPR invited a range of art, design and news media along with bloggers and industry influencers who were invited along to discuss and view the installation titled ‘Filling the Mould’.
Guests watched on as Melbourne Central’s newest art installation expanded and contracted according to the number of shoppers in Centre, unknowingly controlling the form and mood of the piece.
AMPR worked collaboratively on The Kisho Prize initiative with Melbourne Central which called on burgeoning Melbourne art, design and architectural talent in 2013 to develop an installation concept that paid homage to the city’s unique culture whilst respecting Japanese design great, Kisho Kurokawa, who designed the Melbourne Central building in 1989.