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Lorne Sculpture 2011, Lorne Victoria

This work was given Special Mention.

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While waves tumble and waste onto the nearby shore this work threatens to tumble towards the sea. Its fluid rippling form is though, held firm to the hillside – a connecting element embedding within its form both the shape of land and of the sea – peaks and valleys.

In recognition of this sameness is perhaps a reminder of different rates of change: the slowness of the changing shape of land while the sea is always restless…

Change in whatever form, at whatever speed, is inevitable…

I would like to thank:
Wendy Dening my invaluable installation assistant
And all the people involved in making Lorne Sculpture happen