After completing the building - we realised that the mural that was promised would not be be forth coming, and that we are left to our own resources to provide 'art-work' for the space on the wall. Without much money left in the project budget, purchasing a piece of art was out of the question, as would leaving the space empty. It was then we came across the scrap metal in the client's yard; remnants of a recent plant machinery overhaul. The tangled mess of stainless steel tubing used to be part of a high pressure network supplying gases to one of the production processes no doubt. Now, it was to be sold by weight to the scrap dealer.
|one man's trash is another man's treasure|
|raw materials for 3-D graffiti|
|setting the stage for an intervention with Ah Hin and his argon-welder|
|making it up as we go...|
|three afternoons later...|
|the poem is "whose earth is this?|
|with all the components in place, it does not look half bad. :-)|