Still at the South Bank, these towers made of green plastic sieves surround the pillars of the Queen Elizabeth Hall.I don’t remember the name of the artist, or his country (shame on me) but I do remember that he said in his country these sieves are ubiquitous.
So three views:
I used to have a green sieve like that….
Do you know where it went?
Good question, I’m trying to remember. I think it may have got too close to the hob and melted.
Perhaps fortunate the summer has not heated up here this year…
They could become the Leaning Tower of Green Sieves 😀
Will this summer ever heat up? I checked the forecast and all I see is rain–Wimbledon weather.
Well, Wimbledon is traditionally read by the rain gods as an invitation to spectacular precipitation…
Please bring rain here (Arkansas, USA). We haven’t had but a spit since March & that is NOT usual. Plus yesterday it was 101 f. Also not usual as it’s June. Will it take a green sieve to make this happen? Send one of those too. Forget the geraniums. They’d die.
Maybe if you were to host Wimbledon? The Rain gods may have something extra special planned for the Olympics too…
We need rain too! I may have mentioned that…. 😀 103 briefly here yesterday. All of a sudden I realized the they were BIGger than I thought and they are like my kitchen strainer only mine is aluminum. When I googled for metal sieve it came up with exactly what I have. Guess I have been calling it the wrong thing. On the google search they called it a colander. Goodness! So many different names. Anywho, I couldn’t live without mine!
You made me think. Yes, I would normally call them colanders too. So would the Guardian http://www.guardian.co.uk/artanddesign/2012/may/31/southbank-centre-transformed-robots-festival