Adam (aka Blak Douglas) Hill

Sorry Bin

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Sorry Bin
Sorry Bin

Adam (aka Blak Douglas) Hill

Sorry Bin

Medium: Resin moulded
Size: 140x45x45cm
Year: 2013
Price: $ POA

This piece is an original artwork conceived early 2012 by Adam, and later executed as a separate collaborative work between Adam and Will Coles in the form of Really Bins, which became a finalist in 2012 Sculpture by the Sea (Tamarama Beach, NSW). Each bin featured an embossed title of the nine federal public holidays.

This original work was a commentary on the superficiality of the 'SORRY' speech made by Kevin Rudd, and a finalist of the Parliament of NSW Aboriginal Art Prize 2013 (Highly Commended).

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