Tags: american artist, AUD, cathedral, fall, Melbourne Federation Square, Patrick Dougherty, project, sculpture, space, tree
Patrick Dougherty’s latest installment to his ‘Stickwork’ series is a large-scale installation made entirely of willow wands. It sits in Melbourne’s Federation Square and can be entered and engaged with by the public. Patrick took into account the architecture of the nearby Flinders street station and St. Paul’s cathedral when he made his sculpture. He used nothing but a pair of gloves, a pair of scissors, and more than ten tons of willow wands. The sculpture “Ballroom” is open to the public until early 2013.
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