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Recycled artwork

18 Sep 2012

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Find your way around the river side of Hamer Hall and you will find an outdoor exhibition display called the Kaeru Environmental Public Art Project.

The display is a whimsical collection of work, put together by Japanese artist Hiroshi Fuji and Melbourne’s Slow Art Collective.

Southbank local Helen Bequit and her two year-old granddaughter Eva Tierney were enjoying the display (and the sunshine) when The Arts Precinct dropped in for a photo.

The display has been created entirely from recycled or organic materials and will be on display until early October.

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