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Jodie Cox leads Urban Art Project’s curatorial team bringing over 13 years of arts experience, curating and managing major international art and design commissions for the public realm. She has extensive experience working with collaborative teams in the development of targeted art and design strategies for masterplanned cities, commercial developments, and communal spaces. Jodie has an in-depth knowledge of international artists and awareness of international trends in art and design. She has a comprehensive understanding of best practice commissioning models and processes.
As manager of the curatorial team, Jodie is responsible for artwork strategy development including cultural research, conceptual direction and curatorial framework, artist/designer selection and liaison and project planning. She has been instrumental in expanding UAP’s curatorial methodology, which has underpinned successful artwork strategies including Palm Jebel Ali, Dubai, the KAUST International Art Program, Saudi Arabia and Shanghai World Expo 2010.
Jodie speaks regularly at forums for the arts and built environment industries, as well as at state and federal government events, informing the development of community artwork strategies that humanise the public realm.
'Al-Fanar (Beacon)' - Designed by Daniel Tobin, UAP in collaboration with Fairweather Proberts Architects and Robert Bird Group
'Turbulent Line' - Artist Ned Kahn in collaboration with Urban Art Projects, BAC and Hassell Sydney.