Liu Yang's sketch

Another detail from the International Sculpture Symposium at Griffith Pioneer Park Museum.

I like this sketch of Liu Yang's sculpture that's on the base of the piece, which is now obscured as the artworks were all placed into their upright positions today.

One interpretation of the sculpture is that it shows the weirs on the Murrumbidgee River that allow water to be fed into the Irrigation Area.

I've been wondering if it might also reflect a combination of elements. Granite being earth, the River being water and the cut-out sections showing air.