Roofs are balancing precariously, symmetrically stacked on each other on a narrow shelf. A metaphor for community members living within suburbia, the roofs are presented as officiously mounted on top of each other, or perhaps, as safely supporting gone another. Our globalised society proffers and parodies both interpretations.
Judges of the 2007 Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize: Laura Back (Curator of Art at Australian War Memorial and Curator (temporary) at Old Parliament House) and John McPhee (Art Consultant).
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