Sydney | Sculpture by the Sea 2022 (8)

After a two year wait Sculpture by the Sea was given the green light to return to the shores of the Bondi to Bronte coast line. 

Technically it's Bondi to Tamara beach but lets not be picky
The information supplied is from the Sculpture by the Sea (Twenty Fourth Edition) booklet. 

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71. Liana Papalex

Sculpture by the Sea 2022 | Sculpture by Liana Papalex

Artist: Liana Papalexis
Title: Alice is Porcelain Land

Statement: "It's a brain getaway. the beauty is misty translucency of porcelain is reflected through light, though the sky and the blue sea, as they mix together with the pear-shaped forms which follow one another under the gaze."

72. Camie Lyons

Sculpture by the Sea 2022 | Sculpture by Camie Lyons

Artist: Camie Lyons
Title: Impromptu Making and Shadow
Dimensions: 350 x 250 x 190cm

Statement: "I picked up discarded wire and coaxed it into form. I found beauty in the tangled language. These works are those experiments blown up. The challenge was to remain true to the original continuous line work and resist temptation to redirect."

73. Dmitriy Grek

Sculpture by the Sea 2022 | Sculpture by Dmitriy Grek

Artist: Dmitriy Grek
Title: Contemplation (2010)
Dimensions: 300 x 230 x 45cm

Statement: "Journeys intensify feelings and emotions which may change our world view. Much like art, which can inspire actions, a long journey reveals new facers of one's personality. The experience one gains under either scenario is to be treasured."

74. DR. Peter Tilley

Sculpture by the Sea 2022 | Sculpture by DR. Peter Tilley

Artist: Dr. Peter Tilley
Title: Spellbound by Shadow
Dimensions: 75 x 150 x 55cm

Statement: "The figure is engaged with an ambiguity between shadow and reflection and views the projection of its double in a narcissistic manner."

75. DR. Lee Harrop

Sculpture by the Sea 2022 | Sculpture by DR. Lee Harrop

Artist: Dr. Lee Harrop
Title: (Untitled) Help Yourself
Dimensions: 112 x 30 x 21cm

Statement: "This work consists of over 100 sheets of glass each inscribed with a word that can be associated with violence. At the end of the exhibition, the audience will be invited to, as the title suggests - help themselves and freely take a piece away."

76. Tom Buckland

Sculpture by the Sea 2022 | Sculpture by Tom Buckland

Artist: Tom Buckland
Title: Bruce
Dimensions: 154 x 130 x160cm

Statement: One Saturday afternoon many billions of years ago, our distant ancestors crawled out from the primordial seas and took their first steps into the ancient earth. ever since those footprints, salt water still in our blood, the ocean beckons us. Deep inside, we all carry a desire to return to the primal seas from whence we came."

77. Egor Zigura

Sculpture by the Sea 2022 | Sculpture by Egor Zigura

Artist: Egor Zigura
Title: Holds Up the World
Dimensions: 280 x 75 x 85cm

Statement: Our cavillation's collapse might prove to be more cataclysmic that that of any ancient culture. We believe  that we rule the world, but our society and our cavillation are not cohesive - they represent a fragile mechanism."

78. Paul Selwood

Sculpture by the Sea 2022 | Sculpture by Paul Selwood

Artist: Paul Selwood
Title: Poseidon
Dimensions: 197 x 74 x 50 cm

Statement: "My working method is a personal one of play and observation and improvisation. A process of discovering the sculpture rather than illustrating an idea, so I am looking for formal invention as he content and meaning of the work."

79. Caroline Kronenberg

Sculpture by the Sea 2022 | Sculpture by Caroline Kronenberg

Artist: Caroline Kronenberg
Title: Quantifying Time
Dimensions: 290 x 14 x 14cm

Statement: "Quantifying Time is a work of three geometric columns, carved out of solid timber. They each have their own unique, repeated pattern emulating patterns in nature that symbolize the rhythm of life."

80. Ben Fasham

Sculpture by the Sea 2022 | Sculpture by Ben Fasham

Artist: Ben Fasham
Title: BJF 24
Dimensions: 400 x 135 x 94cm

Statement: "This work encourages the audience to reflect on the many facets of our coastal environment."

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