Humbaba's Barrel

This wood and steel sculpture is by Marcus Tatton, Tasmania. The artist's statement says thta with global warming increasingly in our consciousness we see parallels with King Gilgamesh who 5,000 years ago, slaughtered Humbaba, the keeper of forests. The sculpture in the background is called Structural Wind by Jarrod Taylor. It attempts to capture the movement of something unattainable.

Date: 12/11/06

Location: Mark's Park

Photographer: Allan Coker

Humbaba's Barrel

This wood and steel sculpture is by Marcus Tatton, Tasmania. The artist's statement says thta with global warming increasingly in our consciousness we see parallels with King Gilgamesh who 5,000 years ago, slaughtered Humbaba, the keeper of forests. The sculpture in the background is called Structural Wind by Jarrod Taylor. It attempts to capture the movement of something unattainable.

Date: 12/11/06

Location: Mark's Park

Photographer: Allan Coker