The Heysen Sculpture Biennial B3 - The Gift of Water - 2004
Didgeridoo playing at opening
List of Artists
Wave, Corrugated iron, 10m x 1m high, 2004
Corrugated iron rainwater tank cut into small segments. Each segment is fixed into the ground at one end. Segments are arranged into a wave form.
The sculpture represents our dependency on water (tank) and a natural form created by water as a natural element. The sculpture is orientated north / south so the wave casts a long shadow at morning and night.
No image: Evolutionary Oceans, Stainless steel, plastic, cane, bark. 2004
Evolutionary Oceans considers multi-dimensional levels of interpretation because the primal element water connects by extension to humans (70%) water. Consequently, sequential change and continuity lend power to esoteric interpretations through the primal element water. Evolutionary Oceans is a piece for your contemplation.
Bernadette van EY
No image or information remains about their exhibition artwork.