Here are a few more of the sculptures I saw on Monday on the Coogee Beach to Bondi walk. My favourite is the giant windchime forest made out of 222 huge bamboo poles with whirring attachments (Balinese scarecrows). The collective of artists and architects who produced it built it in honour of the 222 victims of the Bali bombing and named it Mengenang, the Indonesian word for memory. They reminded me of the little hand-held spinning mini windmills that used to be sold at the Easter Show. As the wind was so fierce they were making a really loud humming noise, which could be heard for quite a distance. I also loved the quirky rabbit man and dog woman on the donkey.
Quotes About Memory (www.goodreads.com)