Undertoad Thursday Oct 28 02:13 PM
10/28/2004: Elephant sculpture
Cyber Wolf Thursday Oct 28 04:42 PM
Elspode Thursday Oct 28 04:46 PM
I had two thoughts. The first one ocurred to me before I clicked on the link, and that thought was "How in the world do elephants hold the hammer and chisel?!", but then I reasoned that they could be working in some other medium, perhaps clay or bronze.
capnhowdy Thursday Oct 28 05:47 PM
Yep- I wouln't have wanted the job of removing all the bugs post transit. The plastic wrap was the most brilliant idea of the whole sculpture, in my opinion.
xoxoxoBruce Thursday Oct 28 06:39 PM
I'd like to see the rest of the "Sculptures by the Sea". Leah is going Sunday, maybe she'll take some pictures for us.
Leah Thursday Oct 28 06:49 PM
I LOVE IT, I LOVE IT I'm going to see this exhibition at Bondi Beach on Sunday. The exhibition only opened yesterday. Can't wait. No sleep in for me on Sunday, my boyfriend and I will be there early for a spot of breakfast. I'll even get a photo of the elephant sculpture so watch out Bruce . No where near as good as the real things, but fun nonetheless.
Leah Thursday Oct 28 06:51 PM
Bruce, you just beat me by the hair of my chin.
Leah Friday Oct 29 12:50 AM
By the way, I think that's my old dish rack from 1995.
xoxoxoBruce Friday Oct 29 01:12 AM
There’s something about a “spot of breakfast” that stirs my imagination.
mmmBoy Friday Oct 29 12:04 PM
Do the TV's work? He should loop the footage that inspired the work.
Elspode Friday Oct 29 12:33 PM
That would be treading into Nam June Paik's territory.
Brown Thrasher Friday Oct 29 02:43 PM