Lead Pyramid 1984
- Martin Place “There was a scribe attached so people could graffiti it. We encouraged graffiti rather than outdoor public art being sacred. We commissioned local poetry. There was political comment about the sacking of Whitlam and about the Vietnam protest at that time. There was a lot of stuff on there about Kerr. It worked pretty well. It was not just a physical object. It was quite a successful piece. People were really interested in reading that stuff. After Martin Plaza this piece went back to Frank Watters place.”
- With huge steal rod coming out from the top ‘The Gallery of South Australia bought it.”?