Catch of the day

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This sculpture is made of discarded plastic rope and rubbish that washes into shore. Most of this rubbish I have collected in Robe SA, a small fishing village. As cray season is a main source of employment for recreation and commercial industry in Robe "Checking the Pots" is a very important daily event. The early morning hum of boats leaving the channel is a reminder that the day has started and lunch or dinner could make its way back as a traditional meal consumed when holidaying in Robe SA.

Price $450.00  BUY ($450.00)
Media Ocean rubbish and ghostnets
Dimensions 40h x 40w x 70d cm
Weight 1.5 kg
Year created 2024
Edition Unique
Technical Support: can hang on wall or go on plinth



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