With works from 77 artists from 19 countries there's a huge variety and styles.
It was the end of the day, the sun going down made photography difficult, plus heaps of people roaming around each sculpture, kids hanging from other sculptures and others having selfies in front of the exhibits, made it quite difficult to get good photos...
But here are some of my favourites:
"Travelling Bag" from Chinese artist Yumin Jing. A massive handbag full of plants was quite striking.
From the Australian artists Suzie Bleach and Andrew Townsend, this sculpture of a metal horse "A burden" was made of rusty metal and tins.
Western Australian artist Juliet Lea, presented this "Book Cave", which she made by collecting discarded books from the Fremantle libraries, area where she lives.
The kids seemed to also enjoy the cozy cave, a lovely spot to have a story read to them.
A lot of well known authors could be spotted in the book spines of the cave...
The young Australian sculptor Dale Miles, from New South Wale, won the Rio Tinto $50,000 sculpture prize with this brilliant and intriguing "Parallel thinking space".
Made of western red cedar, all the panels in this sculpture have multiple vanishing points making the viewer question what perspective really is.
This sculpture will be donated by Rio Tinto to be exhibited somewhere in Western Australia.
|The sun peeping through the sculpture|
I hope you enjoyed my selection for today, I'll show you more soon.
Have a great week!