The art of Fractangular
11 February 13
One of the highlights of our time at the arts festival Fractangular was the way we were surrounded by interesting and surprising artworks. I couldn’t find any information on the artists, however, so I simply present to you some of the works that were sprinkled around the bush doof.
I like seeing large artworks in a bush setting. They often mimic organic structures and provide inspiration for our own Goldsworthyesque creations when we’re camping. I hope in the future the organisers of Fractangular will give the artists credit for their pieces, so I can track the artists down who are particularly interesting and see what other wonders they’re creating!
The pleasure of many of these artworks is in their simplicity. They’re not hard to create, they don’t cost a gaziliion dollars in materials, and they’re easy to set up and dismantle. All it takes is a bit of creativity. Now, that’s inspiring!