Sculpture by the Sea 2012

Posted: October 24, 2012 by Mo Crow in art exhibitions
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This morning we made our annual pilgrimage to Sculpture by the Sea

“mengenang (memory)” by Cave Urban NSW
Artists Statement: This wind-driven installation of 222 bamboo ‘bird-scarers’ tuned to D minor began as a reflection on 222 lives lost in the Bali Bombings.

“surprise” by Karin van der Molen The Netherlands
Artist Statement: The work refers to our relationship to nature in its broadest sense – from physical phenomenon to spiritual need.
“mirador” by Rachel Couper & Ivana Kuzmanovska NSW
Artists statement: The reflective interior skin of the “mirador” observatory juxtaposes images of self with views of the environment, highlighting the complex relationship between man and nature.
“together” by Elaine Clocherty WA
Artist statement: The work explores the energy of landscape shaping people and community.
and here’s a link to a little video Old Man Crow took on his iPhone of
“punk frog 2009” by Søren Lyngbye Denmark
Artist Statement: Art is never static. It follows the technical progress in society. Combining art and solar power to create movement is a way of making a perpetual motion machine.
and here’s a bird’s eye view

Comments
  1. Eliene says:

    What a wonderful way of starting your day…taking a walk in stunning surrounds while viewing & participating in some fabulous projects. Love the frog…he looks sooo cool riding his bike!!!

  2. Tilly says:

    Very impressing and inspirating.Thansk for sharing. x Tilly

  3. that was GREAT…I love everything…and the punk frog too!!!

  4. Catherine Wright says:

    I took photos of the same things as you. except in late evening, will post on FB !

  5. jude says:

    i think the bird wins.

  6. julie says:

    Fantastic photos, so much better than ours – thanks, Mo!

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