Saturday, August 8, 2015

Chandni Chowk:One Altered Move..



As well as the exquisite finely crafted textiles at the Unfolding: New Indian Textiles exhibition on Monday there were a number of sculptures. Perth artist Alistair Rowe's work Chandni Chowk: One Altered Move inspired by 'the market’s sprawling network of narrow laneways and heritage as part of the 17th century Mughal capital' was visually stunning, the glass sculpture creating a myriad of reflections around the gallery. Perfect for weekend reflections oui! Hope you have a happy and safe weekend, take care...


30 comments:

  1. These are stand-out photographs. Amazing shadows.

    Catching up (again) so I'll be back later to see what you have been up to during the week :).

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  2. Such an unusual piece, Grace. Love all the shadows and reflections.

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  3. What an astonishing piece of work; I've never seen anything quite like it. And your photo gives us a good idea what it would be like to see it in reality.

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  4. The reflections are even more beautiful than the sculpture itself!

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  5. Very amazing. I love the way the light shines onto the wall as well as casting shadows.

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  6. That is an amazing piece of work especially the way the light shines through it, have a good weekend..

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  7. Inspired title and what great reflections.

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  8. Dynamic play of reflection and shadow in this intriguing sculpture. It reminds me of scaffolding given some artistic dignity.

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  9. The light is quite amazing with all the reflections as the sunshine lights up that wall.

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  10. As you say - STUNNING! It's raining up here today, so, no gardening (not that a bit of rain is going to hurt me) think I'll just stay in & make book marks.

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  11. The reflections on the wall are stunning. I wouldn't want to clean all that glass!

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  12. Ammazing piece of sculpture and fantastic reflections. Have a great weekend.

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  13. Wow that is a special reflection!

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  14. Fantastic work of art. I want it.

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  15. I absolutely LOVE this!! I'm pretty sure I could fill up a camera card with photos of the installation and its reflections and shadows.;)

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  16. Lovely piece of art making for great reflections Grace.

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  17. Quite a 'construction kit'. Reminds me of a game I had.

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  18. Wow, that is amazing. I love it. All those patterns it's making are almost hypnotic.

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  19. Wow, this is GREAT!
    I love the lines, light and shadows!
    Happy weekend to you and yours:-)

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  20. Very nice, but I don't see any sculpture...

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  21. Oh smashing though VP makes me laugh!

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  22. I probably like the shadows on the wall more than the sculpture itself. (Though I doubt the sculptor cares about my opinion.)

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