Tuesday, 4 December 2012

Chippendale, Symbiosis

"Symbiosis" is an artwork at the Central Park redevelopment site, in the inner west suburb of Chippendale. This sculpture created by Caroline Rothwell is a giant red nylon inflated tree fed by white PVC pipes which the artist says symbolises “the artificial, technological and the human circulatory system”. Located on the southern facade of the heritage Irving Street Brewery building, it is the latest temporary artwork in a public art collection.

22 comments:

  1. Delicious photo, I really like, amazing.

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  2. I read about this in the SMH the other day so glad that you have give us a pic.

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    1. The Sydney Morning Herald story alerted me to this new artwork. :)

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  3. Amazing piece of art, Jim!! Thanks for sharing with us! Hope you have a great week!

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  4. It is certainly different .... and Red!

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  5. very beautiful and interesting shot, I love the vast diversity we share in our world. It is very red. cheers

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  6. Interesting!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  7. Interesting piece of artwork. Thanks for sharing!

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  8. Certainly eye catching. Invites to think. Please have a good Tuesday.

    daily athens photo

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  9. Interesting ~ Great photo ~ not thrilled with the sculpture ~ (A Creative Harbor) ^_^

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  10. You said Chippendale and I think hunky dudes with 6-pack abs...: )

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  11. Oh it is mounted so high up, i wonder why he didn't put it on ground level in the park

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  12. ooohhh I love that brewery. Chiippendale is outside of my normal stamping grounds, so I must make a special effort to get down there. Thanks.

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  13. This has to be one of the most unusual and unique "sculptures" I have ever seen. It is quite the eye catcher. Love that vivid red. Hope the winds do not disturb it. genie

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  14. Haha! you've just got to admire the way the artistic mind works!

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  15. Hmmmm, yes... Right... Doesn't ring my bells, I'm afraid.

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