Close Ups.

Definitely liked this work more than the one I showed in Bournemouth. This one seems more fluid in both material and scale. We decided against the use of the blue tinted water because the focus was placed on the central flower. All the water weights and rope tightness pulls together to join reality and the line drawing if balance is changed within the work.  Audience did play with the work – they seemed interested in the weight of the bags. People aren’t usually interacting with water in this way and so forget how heavy it is in liquid form.

It went so well! An absolutely perfect merge of two concepts into one solid work.

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~ by kwallbanks on September 23, 2010.

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