I entered the 'Large Cube' into the Liverpool City Art Prize and won the 'Three-Dimensional Prize'! Here is a picture of it at the opening -
I also had a small cube sculpture accepted into the 2009 Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize. It was called 'Cardboard Cube #3 That's How the Light Gets In' - it didn't win...
'Cardboard Cube #3 That's How the Light Gets In',
cardboard, acrylic paint, yarn, 46cm x 46cm x 46cm, 2009
In it's previous two incarnations the 'Large Cube' had been put together in the space it was to be exhibited, but it had to be delivered as a completed work for the Liverpool Art Prize. Pam Aitken kindly let me assemble the cube at Factory 49 as I did not have the room to make it in my studio. But then I had to transport it to Casula... Joe from the Biscuit Factory provided a forklift for it to be hoisted onto the back of the ute and Mick drove it out there along the M5 ...he only got pulled over by the police once....
|in the carpark awaiting pickup...|
|...on it's way to Casula...|
|...being demolished after Casula Powerhouse had nowhere to store it...|