People Here: Waverley Council’s latest public artwork


27 March 2018

pH (People Here) is Waverley Council’s newest public sculpture, specifically created for the Waverley community.

The sculpture, by artist Graham Chalcroft uses vibrant colours to reflect the colour code spectrum of pH litmus test markers. It connects with Waverley’s diverse community through the universal language of colour.

It is a contemporary installation which transforms the Gould and Roscoe St plaza and is part of a larger street upgrade of the area.

The sculpture will be launched on 29 March at the plaza. It demonstrates Council’s commitment to the arts and helps to illustrate the role of public art in a vibrant community.

It is Graham’s second public artwork in the Waverley area – his first, Park Life celebrates the history of Waverley Park and can be seen in the Margaret Whitlam Recreation Centre.