'I’ll meet you here again', 2020, by Nadia Odlum is a labyrinth-like public art installation painted in the Wentworth Point Community Centre and Library forecourt. This work is inspired by the historic labyrinth at Chartres Cathedral in France and reflects on the shifts in how people move through public spaces during COVID-19.
This work is part of ‘Parramatta By Foot’. Curated by Parramatta Artists’ Studios, this program has commissioned Western Sydney-based artists Kalanjay Dhir, Leanne Tobin in collaboration with Jason Wing, and PAS alumni Nadia Odlum and Penelope Cain to create four temporary footpath artworks in the Rosehill Ward, City of Parramatta. The works were created to welcome people back to public space as the COVID-19 lockdown eased.
Parramatta By Foot is an initiative of Rosehill Ward Councillors Patricia Prociv, Steven Issa and Andrew Wilson and funded under the Councillors Ward Initiatives program, with the support of the Lord Mayor Bob Dwyer.