stusha studio

stusha studio is an art and design practice
Public Art

wellness machine shenton park hospital site

Latitude 31° 57’ 21.312” S
Longitude 115° 48’ 13.41” E

2019

the wellness machine is a 6.5+ ton structure made from the salvaged universal beams and centre drum of the deconstructed non denominational chapel from the shenton park rehabilitation hospital site
for retasking on the montario quarter redevelopment.

the area of the wellness machine has an app via wifi to play episodes, directed by sohan ariel hayes, that include: history of the area, accounts of life at the rehabilitation hospital and the narrative of the wellness machine.

wellness machine montario stusha studio warehouse collaboration design direction brainstorming
project team for the informing stage
for the montario quarter public artworks
and interpretation at newcastle street
wellness machine stusha stump andrew stumpfel montario
vane moves in the wind kinetic sculpture
dichroic galss panel that moves in the wind, changing colour and reflection colour as it moves
wellness machine with victoria house behind
wellness machine montario quarter
ground plane thermo graphics
wellness machine stusha stump andrew stumpfel montario quarter sculpture reflected light moves in the wind
reflected light moves in the wind
wellness machine night march 2020
wellness machine day march 2020

synapse edith cowan university

synapse is a woven 9.4 x 3.64 metre sculpture suspended by 5 tethers in the atrium of Ngoolark building 34, ECU Campus Joondalup. It is lit by digital projection in collaboration with Sohan Hayes [CIA studios]. The theme of synapse is crossdisciplinarity with a visual manifestation of neural pathways and connections with light paths generated from data derived from the University Library.

The artwork is a collaboration between the sculptor and the media artist working in conjunction with the project team led by Libby Guj [jcy].

andrew stumpfel stusha studio sculpture

synapse is woven with 4 kilometres and 314 kilograms of stainless steel wire, drawn and embossed with Kevin Burnett at the Red Falcon Iron Works

andrew stumpfel stusha studio synapse sculpture

andrew stumpfel stusha studio synapse sculpture

andrew stumpfel stusha studio synapse sculpture

andrew stumpfel stusha studio synapse sculpture

andrew stumpfel stusha studio synapse sculpture

andrew stumpfel stusha studio

synapse modelling

andrew stumpfel stusha studio sculpture

synapse was woven at the stusha studio newcastle street space with coweavers Devan Baker and Thomas Shaw and assembled in the atrium space during the build

andrew stumpfel stusha studio synapse sculpture

Ngoolark building 34, ECU Campus Joondalup was designed by JCY Architects under the direction of Libby Guj.

andrew stumpfel synapse sculpture stusha studio

station street redevelopment subiaco public artworks

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metal artist canopy design
over 200 discs were made for the entry soffits for Hood and stations streets, subiaco, western australia 2017
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soffit canopy design
kinetic
the shimmer discs move in the wind
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glass art facade design
south stairs are glass panels made in collaboration with 3M and cooling brothers
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bench design
glass inserts in benches were made in collaboration with peter bowles and anne clifton
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lighting design
building keyline lighting detail

biodiversity science centre artwork based on proteus

In Greek mythology, Proteus had the power to know but would assume different shapes to evade giving out answers. The Proteaceae family contains the Banksia and Hakea genus and is named after this idea of changing shape [protean], since the leaf forms differ between juvenile and mature.

The artwork presents a changing Proteus to capture the nature of knowledge and the work of the Science Centre: A solid pod with glass lenses, a wire frame of woven stainless steel and a form made of mist. The diverse pieces are set out on that section of the phylogeny chart that maps the Proteaceae family. The chart is inlayed in the Marri floor and extends out into the courtyard to the mist piece.

For the visitor, the artwork encourages investigation and to experience the feeling of discovery when the story of Proteus, the interrelationship between the objects and the phylogeny chart is revealed. For the occupants the artwork places Proteus in residence – someone who knows that in an unknown state the known is within and for you to expect discovery.

western australian conservation science centre artwork
department of environment and conservation + ferguson architects

kensington, western australia
2008 – 2011

 

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proteus part one

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proteus part one

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proteus part two

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proteus part three

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proteus part three

 

midland ingot open pour at wundowie foundry

midland ingot is made from steel gathered from the midland railway workshops and cast in an open pour at wundowie foundry.

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midland ingot

stusha studio stump stumpfel

midland ingot

stusha studio stump stumpfel

midland ingot

 

 

public art archive

pillars of light are a series of three landmarks in armadale, western australia. They are pellucid plexiglass towers lit with leds.

pillars of light stusha stump andrew stumpfel  public art sculpture
armadale western australia

pillars of light

pillars of light stusha stump andrew stumpfel  public art sculpture install
armadale western australia

sculptor sculpture perth western australia artist andrew stumpfel

 more images are available for preview on blurb: http://www.blurb.com/books/6246145-stump

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esperance stump granite public art sculpture
western australia
breathing figures came out of an artist in residency at the cannery arts centre in esperance, western australia with the local community and the manager – andre lipscombe. to inspire is to breath in and relates to the arts centre as a place of inspiration. the project references the change of air for the people in the hinterland.
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esperance stump public art sculpture
western australia cannery arts centre
breathing figures, cannery arts centre, esperance
andrew stumpfel stusha studio
esperance stump making granite sculpture public art sculpture
western australia
breathing figures, community arts project making in granite
andrew stumpfel stusha studio
exmouth stump sculpture public art 
western australia
shark bay immersion
glass making peter bowles
andrew stumpfel stusha studio
exmouth stump sculpture public art 
western australia
studio fabrication including glass making
glass making peter bowles jarrah timber
andrew stumpfel stusha studio
exmouth stump sculpture public art 
western australia
denham building screen
exmouth fisheries jarrah timber
andrew stumpfel stusha studio
exmouth stump sculpture public art 
western australia
denham screen
ken cato mornington victoria
andrew stumpfel stusha studio
stump sculpture public art 
australia
pregnant horse
hale school stainless steel wembley
andrew stumpfel stusha studio
stump sculpture public art 
western australia
winged figures
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shenton college weaving
fiona stanley hospital hydropool
andrew stumpfel stusha studio
stump sculpture public art 
western australia
fiona stanley hospital wayfing and hydropool
mosaic chromtec tile berlin wall masada insulator stump stumpfel stusha studio
vestibule mosaic berlin wall, remnants et al kensington western australia

stories and story telling, memories and memory making

interpretation services perth western australia wayfind directional signage services perth heritage walk services

andrew stumpfel stusha studio graphic design

fiona stanley hospital wayfind graphics + wallpaper and hydrotherapy pool artwork

andrew stumpfel stusha studio

fiona stanley hospital wayfind graphics + wallpapers

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national trust of australia [wa] golden pipeline heritage trail design and fabrication

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national trust of australia [wa] golden pipeline heritage trail design and fabrication

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national trust of australia [wa] golden pipeline heritage trail design and fabrication

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caversham wildlife park

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national trust of australia [wa] reveal project in collaboration with curtin university cultural heritage studies

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landcorp fascine carnarvon

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landcorp fascine carnarvon

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city of vincent interpretation design and fabrication

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national trust of australia [wa] northam bridges heritage trail design and fabrication

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depaw valley of the giants

 

 

 

 

 

 

book are dead long live books

book design perth publication design perth artist digital printing perth western australia

wedge night

 

The Indian Ocean Drive opened in September 2010 and with it, it opened the wedge settlement to the observer effect – which refers to changes that observation will make on the phenomenon being observed. These images are a survey of shacks and the environment of the unique wedge habitat. The wedge night images were shot during one full and two blue moons in the winter of 2012.

 

wedge night is available for preview on blurb:

http://www.blurb.com/books/3532332

wedge night stump

wedge night

 

stusha wedge stump

wedge night

 

stusha wedge night stump stumpfel

wedge night

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wedge night

stusha studio stump artwork

book is available for preview on blurb:

http://www.blurb.com/books/6246145-stump

stusha studio andrew stumpfel art and design sculpture

stusha studio stump artworks

stusha studio graphics book is available for preview on blurb:

http://www.blurb.com/books/5451290-stusha-studio-2d

stusha studio andrew stumpfel communications logos symbols publications

stusha studio graphics

kensington night

Just like in Proof – a black comedy about a blind man who takes photographs in Jocelyn Moorhouse’s 1991 debut feature – these
photographs are taken blind in the dark.

The camera sees in the dark and reveals the universe of a suburb of Perth, Western Australia.

kensington night is available for preview on blurb:

http://www.blurb.com/books/3158505

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kensington night

 

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kensington night

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kensington night

rottnest night

 

The supermoon [ lunar perigee or perigee syzygy moon ] occurs once every 412 days, or so, when its orbit brings it closest to the earth [ 356,953 km ]. When it coincides with

a full moon it is called a super perigee moon. On 5 may 2012 we shot rottnest with a 14{c5910e020184c4b256912a03dcc078e7cbd5b576eb0812df8c3db9fcab1591a1} larger and 30{c5910e020184c4b256912a03dcc078e7cbd5b576eb0812df8c3db9fcab1591a1} brighter moon.

 

people who were there:

 

kevin burnett
paul dennis
pauline franklyn
ursula shaw
karen snowball
tom vanderveen
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rottnest night is available for preview on blurb:

http://www.blurb.com/books/3320675

 

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rottnest night

 

 

glass manifesto cleaver street

 

glass manifesto + stusha studio worked on the proteus project in 2010. In 2011 glass manifesto deconstructed the cleaver street studio. Images of constructions and the deconstruction documents that period of time.

 

glass manifesto cleaver street is available for preview on blurb:

http://www.blurb.com/books/3317427

glass manifesto + stusha studio

glass manifesto cleaver street

graphic projects

stusha studio graphics book is available for preview on blurb:

http://www.blurb.com/b/6297953-stusha-studio-2d

graphic design perth graphic design services perth western australia brand communications logos publications corporate identity

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year of rabbit ephemera

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qantas for ken cato

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space for ross donaldson

stusha studio andrew stumpfel stump brand

marks [symbols, logos, identity]

stusha studio andrew stumpfel stump brand identity

symbols for ken cato and jim allen

stusha studio andrew stumpfel stump swan river brand

marli riverpark interpretation plan with the national trust for swan river trust + depaw

stusha studio andrew stumpfel stump brand

stusha studio andrew stumpfel graphic design

darling harbour for ken cato

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hamelin bay for richard and ros drake brockman

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atc shimmer chair for the university of western australia and gary marinko

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national trust of australia [wa] icon project

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seasons for steve ercig

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empire for craig marshall

stusha studio andrew stumpfel stump brand

emit gauge: time as finite

the emit gauge measures time as fuel [finite].  It is a jump hour chronograph with minutes and seconds that count down. An animation is further down the page.

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