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Mice Net : December 2009
mice.net 33 GSE'SWALL OF inspiration www.gse.com.au 1 a symbolic inscription of the imaginary, by Nicholas Elias This coloured perspex installation by Nicholas Elias on Tamarama Beach was just brilliant. Something like this would make a wonderful walkway treatment, entrance feature or backdrop to a stage set. 2 'dandi lion', by William Eastlake Also on the beach, this mesmerizing, interactive piece entitled 'dandi lion' by William Eastlake - beautiful when viewed from underneath. Creating a moving, overhead feature can be a stunning addition to events. 3 Rising Tension III, by Tracy Luff 4 Sanctom Santorium by Margarita Sampson Other great hanging pieces that provided inspiration were Sanctom Santorium and Rising Tension III, all made from recycled materials such as plastic, videotape and cardboard. THIS MONTH, THE Wall of Inspiration comes from our very own backyard - the Sculpture By The Sea exhibition in Sydney. Here are some sensational pieces to inspire your events... GSE's wall of inspiration 1 Photo by Sam Burns 2 Photo by GSE 3 Photo by GSE 4 Photo by Sam Burns For lots more sculptural inspiration and how you can use it to best effect in your events, visit www.btp.net.au, and click on the Contributors / Wall of Inspiration tab. For more information about what GSE can do for your events, visit www.gse.com.au.