Hidden Gem at Sculptures by the Sea!

On the way out of Cottesloe and the Sculptures by the Sea Exhibition, we found this very cool and obscure bit of art that no one was taking any notice of!

Can’t understand why as Flemming and I were very taken by this original piece of art…the artist remains unknown which is a shame as it is bloody brilliant!

 

 

11 thoughts on “Hidden Gem at Sculptures by the Sea!

  1. I’m sure I saw this on Sunday but there were people sitting on it at the time.

    Reminds me of a couple of years ago. There was a story in “Inside Cover ” in The West paper with a picture that showed a father and his young son studying a rubbish bin at the Sculpures by the Sea. Someone had shifted one of the name tags and put it in front of the bin. I remember I cut it out and sent it to Christian as rubbish bins and trollys were flavor of the month then. We both got a good laugh out of it.

  2. The symbolism of a plastic bag INSIDE a plastic bag is profound (waste in waste or waste squared!). The leading lines give no hint of this – cunningly diverting your attention to the two empty chairs. The absent occupants of the chairs add to the mystery. Well done.

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