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Axionome is a permanent installation on the East Facade of 150 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne by Ukrainian artist Stanislava Pinchuk.

The work visually represents the historical and current temperature data in Australia, transforming the building's facade from day to night. This dynamic artwork engages with the pressing topics of climate change and global warming, serving as a visual representation of our shifting climate.

Utilising data from the Bureau of Meteorology (BoM), the work honors the building's rich history as the former BoM headquarters in Melbourne's CBD.

Exhibitionist worked with designer Melanie Huang to design and develop the data mapping for the project. We played a crucial role in integrating live data from the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) with historical data, employing sophisticated algorithms to create a realistic representation. This required consultations with meteorologists to ensure accuracy and relevance.

The project was part of Wesley Place's initiative to integrate art into the community, fostering a deeper connection through various mediums like murals and sculptures.

Artistic Team

Lead Artist - Stanislava Pinchuck
Commissioned - Charter Hall
Creative Direction - Broached Commissions
Lighting - Bluebottle
Graphic Design - Ziga Testen
Data mapping by Melanie Huang and Exhibitionist
Data + Lighting Integration: Exhibitionist

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