Yep, that’s right, it is indeed a mechanical horse on the edge of a cliff. Would be priceless to know what that guy thinks while he walks around it. I myself looking on the selection of metal details and how it’s all fitted together thought that it must have taken hellavalot of time to get it all into the form. Funnily enough I didn’t even question myself at first whether it is a horse or what. It must be because it is. Shape is made very well with all the horsy proportions and horse looks. However, what’s the name? Guess what, you have to buy a guide to know it. That is a unique idea of itself to set hundreds of artworks at the public display and did not put a single sign with a name. Just a number. But that’s alright, there is a positive side to that. It got me (and probably hundreds of others) wondering what name could have been chosen for it. Trojan Horse 2nd Edition? Or A Bit Rusted Since the Bronze Age? Your version?
Sculpture by the Sea 2009 is annual open-air exhibition set along the Bondi to Tamarama coastal walk for thirteenth time. The impressions of more than 100 artists carved in rock, shaped in bronze and even stuck into the liquid foam are displayed from 29 October to 15 November 2009.
This is a tonemapped HDR from a single RAW.