Part 1: The Cross Art Projects, 8 Llankelly Lane, Kings Cross

Jo Holder and Fiona MacDonald, Green Ban Archive, 1971-1974. Installation view (detail), 2011 Green Bans Art Walk Exhibition, part 2. Fiona MacDonald 'Hands Off', window work, 2011. View at The Cross Art Projects.

 

Part 2: First Draft Depot Project Space & Big Fag Press, 13-17 Riley St, Woolloomooloo

Exhibition Dates: 6 - 27 August 2011

1971 Wall, Michael Davies, Map of Fitzroy Ward Showing Development Sites (front) "Are you living in the shadows?"(verso), September 1971. Memorial Plaques of Victoria St and Woollomooloo, 16 graphite rubbings, 2011. Firstdraft Depot Project Space. 1974 Wall: Marian Marrison, from Marion Hardman (Marrison) and Peter Manning, Green Bans. The Story of an Australian Phenomenon, 1975. Silver gelatin prints. Firstdraft Depot Project Space Pat Armstrong, Green Bans Civic Walking Map, research and text by Jo Holder, 2011. Big Fag Press, 76.5 x 94cm. Edition 50. Living Archive: Trial Walks. Photos by Jo Holder, Jo Shi, Sung Pak. Local guides: Michelle Blakeney, Stacey Miers, Jack Mundey, Jim Donovan.

 

Part 3: Art At Large
Mini Graff, Juanita, stencil, 2011. After Peter Kennedy, Juanita, stencil, 1975. Various locations.
Louise Anderson, Green Bans 1971-2011, logo and t-shirt design. From: Mick Fowler Green Bans t-shirt, photo by Marion Marrison, 1975.
Emma Elder, Green Bans Art Walk, web at www.greenbans.net.au

Artists:
Pat Armstrong, Green Bans Civic Walking Map, research and text by Jo Holder, 2011.
Big Fag Press, 76.5 x 94cm. Edition 50.
Diego Bonetto, Green Bans Poster, 2011. After Margaret Grafton (attrib), Green Bans Poster, 1973.
Lucas Ihlein, Green Bans, mud map, 2011.
Marian Marrison: Photographs from Marion Hardman (Marrison) and Peter Manning, Green Bans.
The Story of an Australian Phenomenon, Australian Conservation Foundation, 1975. Silver gelatin prints.
Fiona MacDonald: Wooloomooloo and Victoria Street prints; Green Bans portraits.
Fiona MacDonald and Jo Holder: Green Bans Archive.
Mickie Quick, Woolloomooloo, floor work, 2011.

 

Diego Bonetto, 'Green Bans', digital print, 2011. After Margaret Grafton, 'Green Bans Tree', poster, 1973 Pat Armstrong, Green Bans Civic Walking Map, research and text by Jo Holder, 2011. Big Fag Press, 76.5 x 94cm. Edition 50 Mickie Quick, Woolloomooloo, floor work, 2011 Joe Szabo, Untitled, 1971. Acrylic on hardboard, 61 x 61cm. Courtesy Macquarie University Art Collection.
Fiona MacDonald, 'Tribune, 29 August 1972', 2011. 86 x 50cm, 'Tom Uren and Jack Mundey's Green Bans Phone Tree', 2011. 86 x 50cm. & 'Where the green bans were"; and Jack Mundey (from Tribune)', 2011.  86 x 50cm. 'The Tree of Knowledge', 2011. 86 x 50cm Fiona MacDonald, 'Victoria St: Mick Fowler's Jazz Funeral, 1979; Eviction of 115 Victoria St, 1974', 2011. Big Fag Press


Historic - Referencing 1971-1975:
Josie Cavallero and Anne Kay, ‘Who needs artists?’ 2006. Artists’ book.
Michael Davies, Map of Fitzroy Ward Showing Development Sites (front); "Are you living in the shadows?" (verso), September 1971.
Pat Fiske, Woolloomooloo, 1977. 70 minutes, DVD and 16mm. Courtesy National Film and Sound Archive and Rocking the Foundations: A History of the NSW Builders Labourers Federation 1947–1974, 1986. 92 minutes, DVD and 16mm. Courtesy Ronin Films.
Margaret Grafton (attrib), Green Bans Tree, poster, May 1973. Courtesy Trades Hall Association.
Sam Hood, ‘Tree of Knowledge’, Kurrajong Tree (middle of Cathedral Street cnr Forbes), 1934, photograph. Cut down in late 1960s. The first meeting to save residential housing was here on Sunday 8 October 1972.
Joe Szabo, Untitled, 1971. Acrylic on hardboard, 61 x 61cm. Courtesy Macquarie University Art Collection.
Memorial Plaques of Victoria St and Woollomooloo, 16 graphite rubbings, 2011. Various sizes. Rubbings by Jo Shi.

 

Margel Hinder, 'Aphrodite', bronze sculpture with fountain, 1981. Opening of Denis Winston Place,  Woolloomooloo by Sir Hermann David Black for Housing Commission of NSW  and the Denis Winston Memorial C'tee of the Planning Research Centre,  University of Sydney, October 1981. Marion Hardman (Marrison) and Peter Manning, Green Bans.
The Story of an Australian Phenomenon, Australian Conservation Foundation, 1975.
Marion Hardman (Marrison) and Peter Manning, Green Bans.
The Story of an Australian Phenomenon, Australian Conservation Foundation, 1975.

 

Living Archive:
Walks Photography by Jo Holder (Trial 1 with Stacey Miers and Michelle Blakeney), Sung Pak (Trial 2 with Jack Mundey), Jo Shi (Trial 3 with Jim Donovan).
Green Bans Art Walks 1 to 5 photographers: Louise Anderson, Angela Armstrong, Michelle Blakeney, Sung Pak, Alex Wisser, Lionel Bawden.
Green Bans Walks Video 2011 by Justin Hewitson.

Green Bans 2011 Logo by Louise Anderson.
Web Design by Emma Elder.
Curated by Jo Holder.

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