Australian-born artist Joel Adler’s periscope-like sculpture reflects the surface of the ocean in a way we have never seen before. The permanent installation is located in the Vaucluse area of Sydney’s East Coast suburbs.
The sculpture, called Viewfinder, consists of a two-hundred-kilogram mirror and six tons of concrete and steel structure. The construction reflects both light and sound to convey the atmosphere of the waves crashing directly beneath it. Joel Adler drew inspiration from naval instruments and the relation between human and nature to create this large-scale sculpture.
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