Saturday, March 13, 2021


Okay, not really, but that's the visual association I got from the scene. You see metal plaques around street drains here that say "Caution. Sewer drains to river," with a picture of a fish. This looked to me like some giant, rough pipe that thrust out of the levee next to the Mississippi.

But of course it isn't. It's in Citygarden, one side of the large sculpture Eros Bendato that's been seen here before (e.g., You can crawl right in there, and lots of children do. I just don't want to see that worker washed away by slime.              


William Kendall said...

I can see that.

Barbara Rogers said...

I am glad I went back to the photo of the whole sculpture. I like the idea of kids going inside the head. That the opening of the neck reminds you of a sewer pipe seems a bit strange. Not that I'm all that literal (I hope). But this shot of pipe ending and man in working clothes does have some arty meaning.

21 Wits said...

Creative mind at work with this one!