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The Refugee Resource Hub - a pro-bono project powered by the ASRC - is a place of welcome, community and support for people seeking asylum and refugees living in Melbourne’s South-East. Located in the heart of Dandenong, the Hub brings multiple support services and organisations together under one roof to better help people with their daily and long-term needs to rebuild their lives in safety. Ash Keating created a dynamic entry statement covering the entire facade of the building. At the rear, a studio based panelled painting wraps the site, tying the overarching design together.
Artist: Ash Keating
Location: Dandenong, Victoria
Artist Management: David Hagger
This project was made possible through numerous suppliers, manufacturers and individuals who generously dedicated their time, products, and services, and partnerships with Bates Smart and Garner Davis architects, WSP, Philip Chun, Architecture and
Access, Aglo, FPOV, GreenCap, Zoran Konjarski, Enlocus, SCR, Intrax,
Ratio, Interface, Elton Group, K5 furniture, Dulux, Velux and GWA.
Photography: Sean Fennesy and Ash KeatingMay 2022