It is made of six thousand A3 sheets of paper held together with bulldog clips.
Unfortunately, I couldn't be bothered taking notes on the artists or the names of their art works, but I was entertained with what I saw.
My friends, Judyth and Richard, left a comment on my blog and they have kicked my butt and dragged me out of my lethargy and coerced me into looking up information about the art that I saw. Judyth is a curator of an art gallery. So here is the missing information.
The above piece is called Cloud by Wit Pimkanchanapong
Cloud responds to and transforms the dramatic interior spaces of the Gallery of Modern Art. Comprised of A3 paper, bulldog clips and metal wire, this piece is based on a signature motif that Pimkanchanapong initially developed for a rock concert venue to create a cheap, effective means of transforming the environment. Wit trained as an architect.
Judyth and Richard's comment:
WE are with Carol and David, Diane.No visit to a major city should be concluded without taking in the galleries (or museums as they're known in the US).
So we're sure your goodself and Billy B. would take in the works on display in good old (and expensive) Switzerland when you're there.
And yes, in Museums of MODERN Art installations are more prevalent than static displays --- read, pictures hung from the walls.
New York, London and Paris have some of the world's most famous galleries. Berlin has an entire precinct devoted to gallleries/museums.
It's a sheer delight to wander around these iconic places. Will we have to Google the Brisbane establishment to discover the artists' names for the installations you have captured.
Piccies without captions leave the job half-done !!