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Cow move

30 Jul 2019

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The planned relocation of Cow up a Tree remains in discussions as part of Development Victoria’s (DV) major works around Marvel Stadium and Harbour Esplanade.

Docklands News reported in May last year that Docklands’ iconic artwork would be moved just up the road to the plaza opposite Latrobe St near Central Pier.

DV said at the time that it was commencing the procurement of a landscape architect to lead the artwork relocation process that same month. However, a spokesperson for DV told Docklands News last month that talks remained ongoing.

“The intention is still to relocate Cow up a Tree – this is being considered in the context of planning major works around Marvel Stadium and Harbour Esplanade,” the spokesperson said.

“We are talking to all stakeholders including the artist and the City of Melbourne.”

The Cow up a Tree artwork is an iconic eight-metre-high, five-tonne bronze sculpture by artist John Kelly, which has become synonymous with Docklands.

It is part of DV’s Docklands Art Trail, which features 26 pieces of art.

 

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