Created in 2008 as a monument celebrating the 100th anniversary of women’s right to vote in Victoria, Australia, “The Great Petition” sculpture was designed by artists SUSAN HEWITT and PENELOPE LEE to resemble the giant petition of 30,000 signatures offered to the Victorian Parliament in 1891 as evidence of widespread support for equal voting rights for women. The list of names ultimately led to the passage of the Adult Suffrage Act there in 1908. Flash-forward to 2009 and Aussie skater LANCE PATTISON can be found enhancing the artwork’s fluid lines with ones of his own, as evidenced by this tre flip within the flowing scrolls of the endless feet of flattened white steel. Sometimes life does imitate art…Read More….


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