Photographer's Note

I spotted these people on the wharf across from The Bicycle Thief. On the sign, it was advertised as MEC Yoga on the Waterfront. Then I realized that this was taking place among the sculptures The Way Things Are by Chris Hanson and Hendrika Sonnenberg.

According to the sign close to them, these three sculptures take the form of functioning street lamps doing some particularly human things. The diptych Got Drunk, Fell Down features an fallen light standard, while a second lamp seems to look on with concern. Fountain illustrates a biological need not frequently associated with keeping our streets illuminated after dark. This playful installation points to mischievous behaviors often witnessed in our cities and waterfronts.


İşlerin Yolu

Bu insanları Bisiklet Hırsızının karşısındaki iskelede grdm. Tabelada, MEC Rıhtımda Yoga olarak ilan edilmişti. Daha sonra bunun, Chris Hanson ve Hendrika Sonnenbergin İşlerin Yolu heykelleri arasında gerekleştiğini anladım.

Onlara yakın olan tabelaya gre, bu heykel zellikle insani şeyleri yapan, işleyen sokak lambaları şeklini alıyor. Diptik Sarhoş Oldum, Dştm dşmş bir ışık direğini gsterirken, ikinci bir lamba endişeyle bakıyor gibi grnyor. eşme, karanlıktan sonra sokaklarımızın aydınlatılmasında sıka ilişkili olmayan biyolojik bir ihtiyacı gstermektedir. Bu eğlenceli kurulum, şehirlerimizde ve liman blgelerinde sıka rastlanan yaramaz davranışlara işaret ediyor.


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Make: Canon
Model: Canon PowerShot SX60 HS
Lens: 3.8-247.0 mm
Software: Adobe Photoshop CC 2015 (Macintosh)
File Size: 974 kb
Shot Information
Exposure Time: 1/800
F-Stop: f/4.0
ISO Speed Ratings: 100
Focal length: 3.80 mm (in 35mm: 21.0 mm)
Date Taken: 2017-07-10 17:29
Metering Mode: Pattern
Flash: Flash did not fire, compulsory flash mode

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