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Sesquipedalian sea squirt

Chapel Street, Glenelg SA, Australia
Michael Kutschbach
Date Completed:
22 September 2021

The title of the sculpture, sesquipedalian sea squirt, is a reference to the unusual sea species found in South Australian waters. The sculpture is generous, fun, colourful and responsive sculpture that invites people to touch and interact with it. The work incorporates sensor activated light, water and textural surface elements that creates interest and provokes discussion. The artwork is designed to arouse curiosity, challenge people’s perceptions and provides viewers with the opportunity to form their own interpretation.