These contemporary works of art sit at the edge of the landbridge, north of the Art Gallery of New South Wales, in The Domain. The dark bronze sculpture “Prometheus for Franz Kafka” is 3.45 metres tall and was created by William Tucker in 1990. It represents “a lump of matter [reflecting] on the mythological Prometheus ... and the writings of Franz Kafka”. The untitled angular, yellow, abstract concrete piece nearby was made by Mike Parr in 1998 and is on loan from the John Kaldor collection. The kindest word I can use to describe them is 'interesting'.