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Images of Canberra – The Wattle St installation

By johnboy 8 December 2008 45

Holden Caulfield has sent in this one of his favourite piece of public art in Canberra.

It can be found just off Wattle St in Ainslie Lyneham.

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Clown Killer 1:17 pm 20 Mar 09

That’s funny, I thought it was only the US that didn’t get ironic humour.

Oh but indeed they do. have a look at:

http://www.strayshoppingcart.com/shopping_cart/1_introduction.htm

Furry Jesus 1:06 pm 20 Mar 09

Forget the interpretations. Just experience it.

Gobbo 11:48 am 20 Mar 09

simplecon said :

$1,000 down the drain – again! What better title for this stunning installation. And how evocative of Canberra – the cesspit of Australia conjoined with the capitalist collective mentality.

Hello there. You were able to read what this article was about weren’t you?

I am positive it didn’t cost $1,000 for TaMS to retrieve the trolleys.

Still, use it as an excuse to bash the Capital. I expect nothing less from your type (that types tripe).

🙂

simplecon 11:19 am 20 Mar 09

$1,000 down the drain – again! What better title for this stunning installation. And how evocative of Canberra – the cesspit of Australia conjoined with the capitalist collective mentality.

Holden Caulfield 8:30 am 11 Dec 08

EnglishRaider said :

…this is far from art, if this is art, then I wonder why the British Tax Payers Goverment pay Thousands every year pulling Shopping Trolleys from Streams…

That’s funny, I thought it was only the US that didn’t get ironic humour.

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