The Path of Least Resistance (2009) was a sculptural installation and photographic series created for exhibition at MOP Projects, Sydney by Jamie North

Australian Artist Jamie North creates magnificent sculptures made out of stone, cement, marble, plants and moss. Evoking the feeling of remaining monuments of a long forgotten civilization.

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Erika Hock, Gebeugt, The installation shows a force developing enough energy to break down a wall little by little.

Succession was created for the 20th Biennale of Sydney: The Future is Already Here - It's Just Not Evenly Distributed. It consists of two fragmented columns inhabited by a selection of Australian plant species that continued to grow over the course of the exhibition.

Succession was created for the Biennale of Sydney: The Future is Already Here - It's Just Not Evenly Distributed. It consists of two fragmented columns inhabited by a selection of Australian plant species that continued to grow over the course of the&

This work appeared in the group exhibition: "Masculin Feminin (part 2)" at Sarah Cottier Gallery, 23rd March - 21st April 2012.

Ash Votive 2011 fibre reinforced concrete made from portland cement, coal-combusted by-products, vermiculite and iron oxide.

"Belgian artist Berlinde De Bruyckere has been working with wool blankets [...] as the material for her sculptures and installations. Recently she has created a series of horses by covering casts of horse bodies with fabrics. Each figure is malformed and fragmentary, often lacking the fundamental elements of a muzzle, ears or hooves."

Statue of a dead horse by the Belgian artist Berlinde De Bruyckere.

Noam Rappaport - Work (Objects that represent Brown in clusters, like I was excavating Brown)

Noam Rappaport, Collection Found objects on canvas, Courtesy of James Fuentes,

Erika Hock

‘ A project to shatter the rigidness of a material such as cement and make it…

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