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André Lasserre; Concrete and Enameled Tubular Steel Bench for Eternit, 1950s.

André Lasserre; Concrete and Enameled Tubular Steel Bench for Eternit, 1950s.

Succession was created for the 20th Biennale of Sydney: The Future is Already Here - It's Just Not Evenly Distributed. It consists of two fragmented columns inhabited by a selection of Australian plant species that continued to grow over the course of the exhibition.

Succession was created for the 20th Biennale of Sydney: The Future is Already Here - It's Just Not Evenly Distributed. It consists of two fragmented columns inhabited by a selection of Australian plant species that continued to grow over the course of the exhibition.

Jamie North's Remainder No.1, 2016. Cement, blast-furnace slag, coal ash, marble waste, living Australian plants.

Jamie North's Remainder No.1, 2016. Cement, blast-furnace slag, coal ash, marble waste, living Australian plants.

Terraforms 2014-cement, marble waste, limestone, steel slag, coal ash, plastic fibre, tree fern slab, various Australian native plants and Spanish moss

Terraforms 2014-cement, marble waste, limestone, steel slag, coal ash, plastic fibre, tree fern slab, various Australian native plants and Spanish moss

http://Eco1stArt.com/product/66RCSCL1.html created to be similar to those of Earth to make it habitable by humans. All the pieces are hand-built of sturdy ferro cement shells, earth, and plants. #EcoDecor

http://Eco1stArt.com/product/66RCSCL1.html created to be similar to those of Earth to make it habitable by humans. All the pieces are hand-built of sturdy ferro cement shells, earth, and plants. #EcoDecor

Jamie North Cement, expanded recycled glass, blast furnace slag, steel, organic matter and various Australian plants Heights variable; base dimensions 56 x 56cm

Jamie North Cement, expanded recycled glass, blast furnace slag, steel, organic matter and various Australian plants Heights variable; base dimensions 56 x 56cm