Siegfried Koglmeier is invited to create a sculpture for the lawn outside Wellington City Central Library. For Central, he arranges red sticks on the Library lawn and the Library roof suggesting a field of concentric circles. The pattern can be viewed from the ground and from nearby high-rises. To emphasise the work’s connection to the Library, the word ‘Central’ on the building’s façade is filled in with red paint. The Dunedin-based artist describes himself as ‘a typical German’ due to his precise nature. However, he intends the work to fall into chaos. With help from the Gallery staff, the public, and natural forces, the sticks become disordered, but the pattern is ultimately restored. Though it is meant to stay until 30 September, curator Gregory Burke has Central deinstalled on the 26 September, as grass has overgrown it.