My sculptural artwork
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The Beijing National Stadium of the 2008 Olympics, popularly known as the Bird's Nest is a great piece of architecture. It is the world's largest steel structure, with a seating capacity of 80,000. Despite it's rigid structure and extensive size, its woven form encompasses the space shared by thousands to celebrate the moment.
This photograph documents my interaction with another artwork at Sculptures By The Sea 2009. Here, I particularly love the subtle blue tones of the summer sky which have been reflected and multiplied by mirrors within the tube, creating a kaleidoscopic effect.
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PICCININI: innocence, touching, realistic
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SWALLOW: obsolescence, repeating, translucent
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GOODWIN: enclosure, elevated, metallic