Friday, 20 November 2009

prelude to the waves (Sculpture By The Sea 2009)

Fatih Semiz of Victoria is responsible for one of my favourite pieces from this year's exhibition.

It reminds me of that old party game of tearing a waxy sweet paper (Minties!) into a single long strip.

It's made not of waxy paper, but powder coated steel. The artists says: " Evolving independently from a pentagon, the modules reconstruct themselves using simple rules to create a piece that brings may complex forms to mind."


  1. Sydney's sculpture struck Sally spotted straight steel strip structures! Splendid!

  2. I like this one. I remember seeing it and thinking I would photograph it on the way back. But then I must have missed it.
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  3. Excellent photo Sally ! Two different views of this wonderful sculpture . Have a great weekend.

  4. The sculptures that you post so often always delight me. Great artwork throughout your area...lucky you.

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