National Gallery of Victoria
A water wall was set in the entrance of the museum. The kids were having good fun!
This art piece is called ‘Clinamen’ by a French artist Celeste Boursier-Mougenot. Clinamen is a Latin word which means ‘the unpredictable swerve of atoms’.
I saw a big round blue water pool with lots of white porcelain bowls floating. The bowls will produce a pretty sound when they encounter each other.
So this art piece is to break the high class image of classic music by implying even simple white porcelain bowls can produce beautiful voice. Plus the two beautiful color blue and white.
I can only look or hear by the pool. It would be more fun to let the audience touch the bowls to make up their own music. Just like adding their own force to this little universe!
These are very interesting works. The artists created ‘chairs’ from old dolls, unused ski broads or old magazines.
Asking: There is no rubbish, just misplacing resources…