Art For The Soul & Mind


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Every 2 years, people with imagination and talent participate in one of Australia's most prestigious cultural events, the Adelaide Arts Festival. Therefore, the centerpiece of the official poster for 2008 Adelaide Festival of Arts has already been chosen- a strange sculpture.


The sculpture featuring on the Adelaide Festival of Arts poster for 2008. (ABC News: Gary Rivett)



The Festival and art pieces presented in the past years:

Treehouse Kit Guy Ben-Ner – Source: Jam Factory


The Dancing Sky Copyright © Bugoygin 


 The Dancing Sky – Copyright © Spotrick


 The Dancing Sky – Copyright © Spotrick


The Dancing Sky – Copyright © Ian Riley


The Dancing Sky – Copyright © Ian Riley 


Chico MacMurtrie & Amorphic Robot Works, Inflatable Bodies
Source: Art Almanac 


 Sand sculpture for Adelaide Arts Festival performance 1986, Dora Dallwitz
Sorce: Enviro  


Opening Pageant, Adelaide Festival of Arts, 1966
Source: City of Prospect 


Irina Alexandra is a young entrepreneur and architect, with a passion for miracles and weirdness of life.

She has been writing articles on Weirdomatic for the last 7 years in a search for all the amazing things we tend to ignore.

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3 Responses to “Art For The Soul & Mind”

  1. yeah… these sculptures are very stranges.. :d but the 2008 sculpture is “incredible” :))

  2. yeah..sculptures are a bit WTF.. but at least the music is sensational..

  3. um? if that is art then I think we in trouble.

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