Sunday, 24 August 2008

Art in the Park 2


This was one of the pieces that did have a label. It was sculpted by Nicole Brousse more of whom here and is entitled "L'infini" I've only managed to catch a part of it as the ropes did get in the way no matter what angle I took it from. Briefly the entire sculpture was a series of several women's bodies disappearing into the ground. There was a strong sense of movement in all the pieces though the left hand and centre ones were my favourites overall..

6 comments:

Virginia said...

Interesting. Don't quite know what to make of it but it's certainly playful.

Kate said...

Now THAT'S an unusual take; would love to see the end piece. Now, isn't there a myth about the underground?? Wasn't Persephone the queen of the Underworld?

babooshka said...

Persephone was the queen of the underworld Kate. 6ths underground for eating part of a pomegranate. hey are really weird and strangely beautiful.

Château-Gontierdailyphoto said...

Intéressant le mariage entre ces sculptures d'un style classique et l'environnement de la pelouse. Pourrait-on avoir d'autres images sous un autre angle ?

Olivier said...

originale, j'aime bien la composition de cette sculptures.

original, I like the composition of the sculptures.

Espresso said...

Fantastic!