Made mainly from recycled materials, it is a kinetic sculpture, by connecting between the basic elements of moveable mechanical faculties with that which is formed to be seen as organic, to look like an amphibian creature that is used as an outstation, at sea or on earth. It operates as an out rig, accommodating various facilities with figures and installations, including refueling device and airplane.
wood, steel, plastic, glass, acrylic/oil paints, mixed media
76 x 74 x 66 cm
Judges of the 2010 Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize: John Kaldor AM (Principal of Kaldor Public Art Projects), Glenn Barkley (Curator at Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney) and Monica McMahon (Curator at University of Western Sydney).
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