It's ages since I have been to Claisebrook Cove in East Perth. So it was not until today that I came across this new public art installation on the banks of the cove.
I love sculpture - walking around an installation to get a sense of the piece and in this case, lying down on the grass and looking up into the work.
On a nearby plaque Shimmer is described thus: Shimmer amplifies and celebrates the transitory qualities of this place. In today's light breeze the form moved gently as the sunlight reflected beautifully from its surface. Wonderful.
Artists for this interesting piece were Jurek Wybraniec and Stephen Neille.
And to get a different perspective, a shot below of the installation in its urban setting. Unfortunately, there is still much construction work going on nearby that detracts from this recently acquired artwork.