Not quite as outlandish as the artistic ‘happening’ that involved a grilled shark and a glass coffin of two summers ago, this astounding “sculpture” on the Kamini coast road gets our vote as a close second for the most incomprehensible art form to grace our island recently.
Titled ‘Space In-between,” the pair of golden wrapped ‘walls’ was part of an event for the Eleventh Plateau—a performance only understood by those familiar with new-age-type convictions.
We did not enquire as to the cost of the event because as anyone in the ‘know’ will tell you, one cannot put a value on art, which is in the eye of the beholder. Still, we prefer the natural sunset beauty unhindered by a golden barricade—at no cost, though that is neither here nor there.
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