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between the lines

Posted by
Stephen Phillips (San Francisco, United States) on 13 January 2011 in Architecture and Portfolio.

Nicole Robbins latest installation at the Diego Rivera Gallery in San Francisco

Tomorrow - another view from the entrance

ceramic sculpture "Between The Lines" is © 2011 by NiCole Robbins

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Phil David Morris from Saskatoon, Canada

Love the feet motion going on around the sculpture, adds dimension of size and
added interest,

13 Jan 2011 5:30am

Ronnie 2¢ from Atlantic Shores, United Kingdom

Curious work that will be puzzling to many and, likely, misunderstood by most. I do like that it is set free like this for folk to walk around it in a form of participation, as you cleverly show.

13 Jan 2011 12:28pm

Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

I'd walk straight past this too lol :-)

Sorry, but sometimes I just cannot understand (or somehow misunderstand) the statements that some artists are trying to make. What bothers me more is the amount of public funding (in this country) that goes towards these projects. I could go to our local recycling centre, grab some junk, and lay it on the floor like this, perhaps the UK's Arts Council might consider me worthy of a few thousand pounds worth of tax payer's cash.

Rant over.

13 Jan 2011 1:19pm

Anthony Morgan Lambert from Bielefeld, Germany

Looks like somebody forgot to tidy away their scrap metal before the gallery opened !!! I like the movement in the peoples legs though !!

13 Jan 2011 4:24pm

Alun from cheshire, United Kingdom

love the feeling of motion, i just dont get some art

13 Jan 2011 7:42pm

Ralph Jones from Detroit, United States

Excellent framing, love the grain of the hardwood and the motion blur.

14 Jan 2011 1:27am

Céline from New York City, United States

Very nice shot !

14 Jan 2011 4:32am

Cole from United States

Its ceramic, meant to look like "scap metal" asking you to question your perception, to walk through, around and between the lines --- considering chaos and balance, beauty and ugly. . . and at times to recognize or choose to ignore your the ways similar to how you have chosen to ignore the power of art.

15 Jan 2011 12:58am