Saturday, 28 January 2012

Bridge Lane, Donut

Bridge Lane currently features temporary Laneway Art as part of the Art and About Sydney festival. "Donut" is a sculpture by Brook Andrew which is a large inflated PVC form in the shape of a doughnut, hanging high above the lane.The striking black and white matrix is an indigenous Wiradjuri design. The shape references ancient European and Indigenous depictions of time travel and healing, and the popular contemporary notion of a ‘pie in the sky’. At the end of the laneway, is a glimpse of another piece of art, in Tank Stream Way. "Untitled" is a piece of street art or graffiti art by Barry McGee.

18 comments:

  1. How stunning is this in monochrome! Like an artistic lifesaver in an alleyway!

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  2. I like the donut but the other piece well ... it looks like graffiti.

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  3. Great shot of this eye-catching street art, Jim.

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  4. Didn't realise it was still there. Like the donut, the graffiti leaves me cold.

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  5. Emma Dalloway, you'll have to be quick. The exhibits are only there for a few more days.

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  6. Isn't it wonderful to discover places like this?

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  7. Great pictures, great story, great work in here, GREAT BLOG. CONGRATULATIONS for all your job on this blog. With maximum respect, Robert from Ploieşti, România !!!

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  8. Not something you expect to see as you turn a corner Jim, cool shot!

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  9. The street without the ambulas (spelling?) this time. MB

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