Video of Yering Station Sculpture Prize 2015 winning kinetic sculpture, Murmuring, by Alex Sanson

Art Blog Story from Australia. Published by Alex Sanson on Wednesday 09 March 2016.

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Yering Station Sculpture Prize 2015: Judged by: Lisa Fehily - Fehily Contemporary Max Delany - Senior Curator Contemporary Art, National Gallery of Victoria Victoria Lynn - Director, TarraWarra Museum of Art

Video and photos thanks to Lorena Carrington and James McArdle. See video here:

youtube.com/watch?v=3Ji4yynvRDM

Artists Statement:

Murmuring, to create or reflect on a murmuration, movement of the one, massed becoming a whole greater than the parts. Murmuring seeks the balance between independent and inter-dependent movement and the harmony that may lie there and indeed invites the viewer to create their own pattern or chaos.

1.7m high, 1.1m diameter

Carbon steel, stainless steel, feathers, bearings and pigment.

See here for more about the work alexsanson.com/new-murmuring-kinetic-sculpture-photos-and-video/

or here for more about the show
www.yering.com/visit-yering-station/cellar-door/art-gallery/