Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Sculpture at College of Central Florida

And I have no idea what it represents. Maybe the fact that the world is awry?

19 comments:

petrolin50 said...

I would say that the world today is really crooked. Deformation as pictured. Greetings from Peter.

RedPat said...

Life is a balancing act? I like it.

cieldequimper said...

Ooh I'm dizzy. (I actually had some wine too, you'll see on VDP...)

Olivier said...

fisheye ? cela donne un drole d'effet a la sculpture, j'aime beaucoup.
Je dirais que cela represente un sportif

EG Wow said...

Yep, I'm a bit off too trying to catch up with whatever I was doing before Thanksgiving!

Virginia said...

It's fun, it's wonky, it's public art!:)
V

Francisca said...

Life is full of boxes and don't think this place will help you think outside them...? Yeah, life is awry... But are you fine? It's only our own little world we can manage... So just keep smiling!

bfarr said...

Is that a fisheye effect you used? It adds to the angle of the sculpture.

Halcyon said...

Certainly an interesting view!

Memphis MOJO said...

I don't know what it means, but I like it.

crocrodyl said...

I also have no idea but it is interesting:)

brattcat said...

or that life is a balancing act.

magiceye said...

Have you used a fisheye lens or photoshopped?
Whatever, it looks good!!

Jarart said...

Very cool photo. Not sure how you did it but I like it.

My dad worked for the city of Phoenix in the late 70's and early 80's. We moved to Phoenix in December of 1969 from Illinois.

Randy said...

Interesting piece!

Rajesh said...

That is a very unique sculpture.

JM said...

I don't know what it means but I like it!

Anonymous said...

The previous owner was a gambler and it is suppose to represent dice, a marker, and a ball from roulette. It was previously at an estate off of 11th ave but was donated to the college.

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