Outrage Sunday 309 Elizabeth Quay flooded

“You’ve made a little boy very very sad.” This was up Scarborough way. The WORST.
You know the truth about cows used for milk. I bet this bloke’s days in Shenton Park are numbered.
I’ve got some bad news. Betty’s Jetty and parts of the CBD will be under water in 83 years. I guess this includes the Weld Club. “The public installation will continuously play sound for 40 days and act as an intervention to encourage individuals to consider how their current actions will effect future generations,” a report said.”The aesthetics are entirely derived from the spate of construction work happening throughout the city. That’s why Foundations 2100 is composed of timber, ply and construction fencing.” The rising damp will play havoc with those value-enhancing murals.

I can’t believe we’re doing this again. Good DAY, sir.

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10 Responses to Outrage Sunday 309 Elizabeth Quay flooded

  1. On occasion , art and science can be in alignment , as were Mars and Venus.
    All three scenarios envisage Lizzie Queer as underwater sans sea walls.


  2. Zuben says:

    Sea walls — pfft !

    Gondolas in the shape of dead dolphins with figureheads in bare breasted effigy of She ra , perhaps in position of last meal .

    Remember it s ok to be popular … for a little while


  3. Perineum says:

    what a vibrant and apposite part of the installation: passers-by who don’t give a fuck.


  4. Russell Woolf's Lovechild says:

    Never too young to learn why Scarborough isn’t Cottesloe.


  5. Zuben says:

    Anyway , where was Foundations 2010 when landcorp got its DA for eliz quay ?

    Off peddling real estate vibrancy in north perth ? Buying shares in tidal barrage contractors ?

    Or is this one for the ‘too little too late’ department ?


  6. Zuben says:

    Current action always effects future generations by making them


  7. Hovean says:

    The mess on the ground that’d result from using this to build a concrete retaining wall would be fairly artistic.


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