Peg in Space - after Brancusi is a work developed from a maquette constructed from three common objects: a wooden cotton reel, a golf tee and a wooden 'dolly' peg. The enlarged sculpture recalls the simplified forms of Brancusi's masterpiece Bird in Space while retaining the honesty of the original found objects.
turned wood, whitewash, cotton twine
78.5 x 17 x 17 cm
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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