||[Jun. 12th, 2007|06:07 pm]
We managed to make it for the 2pm guided tour.|
That HUGE piece was created by exploding fire-crackers or something like that. An accident of some sort.
It looks like a signature that was blown up by like 700% or something.
A guy dipped his brush into a pot of blue paint, then ran it down the canvas..untill there was no paint left. The thought behind it..yes, okay. brilliant.
Religious Photography and it's significance to Australia.
Deb posing with some random painting- it looks like it could be on the cover of astrology weekly.
Us, posing with deb and the painting.
I found this exhibit the coolest. A thai guy read the newspapers for dunno how many days and after reading the papers for each day, he'd use it to make something associated with the news for the day.
Paper Mache King I tell you. RESPECT.
I wonder what made the headlines this particular day. The funniest thing outta the lot
Aboriginal Art. The Preetiest things.
Shields that were carved out of the roots of fig trees, and im looking at some pretty amazing pots.
Modern Art. -.-
1. A ladder. A Barrel. An Egg
2. A sculpture made entirely out of cardboard
3. Some lady SHREDDED US DOLLARS to assemble into nests and suspended them in a little glass casing.
A painting of a mass of people communing together
A close-up. HAHA. \
A collection of Asian Art
1. A glass sculpture of some famous sculptors wife.
2. Carved heads- they look freaky from the front, but pretty from the back.
There was this room with black light and mini coloured balls suspended from the ceiling.
What white people use to eat vs What we ching people use to eat.
At the science centre.
Migrating animals. they all looked uber real. which was a little freaky.
THE WORM GOT OWNED!
I don't know why sophie just HAD to take a photo of the stuffed bat -.-
I've been extremely unproductive tonight. My new obsession is drawing graffiti on people's facebook walls. It's so fun, and challenging. The gentle and smooth movement of the wrist, guiding my mouse for every stroke, creating the perfect picture.
Is nice, I like! EVERYBODY should get the graffiti function!
Then I'd have soo much fun. :D
It's still freezing, a part of me is actually glad to return to humid, stuffy Singapore.
But I'm sure that that'll change once I'm actually BACK.
Dear, we are going to spend most of our time either in shopping centres, your aircon-ed rooom or my aircon-ed room okays? Exceptions can be made during meal times. :)
that reminds me, I was supposed to make a list, of things to eat once back home.
Oh, and Nando's sells portugese egg tarts, at 2.95AU per tart.