Dim Sum meows at her blue-haired fans as they waited for the temple to start burning.
Three images today and one 3D version. I was going to take a picture of the temple burn and I thought that this sculpture would be a nice foreground to the burn. But the glass-looking enclosure that covered the temple turned black and opaque, and you had to zoom your camera inside the building to see the burn. Heh. There goes my plan.
Anyway, these two blue-haired friends were playing around and dancing in the sculpture area and I went to the other side, but they came to stand near me. So I told them that, if they were going to stand there, they would be in my picture. And they said it was okay with them so I snapped pictures with them in it. They didn't stay long though; they had to go to work.
The sculpture is called "The Dreamer," I think. At least that's what the "people" objects were called. The alarm clock is called "More Time Dream," and the other pairs of hands held different things, including a dandelion plant, a paper boat, a bottle of wine, a book, a framed "Mona Lisa," a drum, a key, a pyramid, ... all related to dreams and wishes. The puppet and the puppeteer are incredibly detailed mesh. Stunning work, built by Krystali Rabeni.
models: Alexi Ayres and Noke Yuitza
location: Burn2 2013