Walking the Edge

I’ve always liked when art is not just found in a gallery, but is woven into every day life. I noticed this poem  attached to a bench while  walking the Cataract Gorge in Launceston, Tasmania. It reads:

Walking the Edge – “Being here is truly about being on the edge – on the edge of the Gorge, on the edge of the city, on the edge of wilderness.” – Cataract Gorge 2005 artist-in-residence Brigita Ozolins

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About Waheeda Harris

A pop culture junkie with a penchant for exploring our planet.
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One Response to Walking the Edge

  1. Artswebshow says:

    so true and i really like this

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