Videography by Gareth Carr
New Zealand artist Anton Forde speaks about his work ‘Papare / Protection’. The series of carved sculptures are time-travelling sentinels, all seeing, all knowing, individually and collectively they stand as guardians and protectors, exhibited at Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2023. Video by Gareth Carr.
Australian artist India Collins talks about her sculpture ‘Yatra ‘Journey’’ – A tribute to the mysterious and ethereal jellyfish. Evoking notions of departure, eliciting possibilities of alternate existential realities, this work presents a visceral and poetic exposition of our deepest vulnerabilities, exhibited at Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2023. Video by Gareth Carr
Australian artist Emryn Ingram-Shute speaks about her sculpture ‘No Colour in War’, the installation seeks to connect with the tragedy of the Ukrainian invasion through the deconstruction of the anti-tank obstacles. The work is exhibited at Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2023. Video by Gareth Carr.
Australian artist Johannes Pannekoek talks about his sculpture ‘Lifeblood I’, an exploration of the interconnectedness in nature, drawing inspiration from Earth’s rivers, tributaries, and their ophidian form. The sculpture represents the vital force that flows through all living organisms, inspiring reverence and reflection on our responsibility to protect the lifeblood of our planet’s ecosystems. The…
Australian artist and Recipient of the Aqualand Sculpture Award John Petrie talks about his sculpture ’23.5º’. When determining how the upper boulder would rest on the lower one, the angle of the Earth’s axis, 23.5º, came to the artists mind. The sculpture is a meditation on this phenomenon and brings together the rugged boulder terrain…
Greek artist Leda Alexopoulou speaks about her sculpture ‘Keep Walking’, a surreal sculpture and an ironic depiction of humankind’s impossible transformation into a hybrid-being in order to survive and adapt in an unfamiliar and hostile environment created by humans, exhibited at Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2023. Video by Gareth Carr.
Videography by Gareth Carr
Unveiled and officially opened by Adelle Gillen, Head of Public Affairs, US Consulate General in Sydney, on Tuesday 4 April 2023, Peter Lundberg’s sculpture has been installed as the latest addition to the Snowy Valleys Sculpture Trail in Adelong. After one month below ground, the 12 tonne sculpture was unearthed by crane, and lifted into…
Extend your summer at the nineteenth Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe on Perth’s iconic Cottesloe Beach. 3-20 March 2023.
First-time exhibitor at Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi, Sian Watson discusses her work ‘Wasting Rastor’ which explores the relationship humans have with horses.
Andrew Townsend and Suzie Bleach talk about their collaboration, their process from paper sketches to welding, ‘dress-making’ to panel-beating.
The Ukrainian community and supporters came together at Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi early on the morning of Saturday 5 November to unfurl a 18m x 12m Ukrainian flag in a gesture of international friendship for the people of Ukraine and to raise funds for the Ukraine Crisis Appeal. The exhibition, which opened to the…