A ‘nightmare’ sculpture of a hand atop a Wellington gallery is going viral on Twitter
- A colossal hand sculpture standing on two fingers with a face engraved on it is disturbing the people of New Zealand.
- The five-meter tall sculpture was installed on the roof of the
City Gallery Wellingtonon August 19 .
- Melbourne-based New Zealand artist
Ronnie van Houtcreated the sculpture name Quasi in 2016.
The five-meter tall sculpture was installed on the roof of the City Gallery Wellington on August 19 as a memory of the damaged Civic Square that was hit by an earthquake, in 2016.
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No—Quasi has landed! This morning, Ronnie van Hout’s Quasi was installed on our roof.… https://t.co/ti72YolycO— CityGalleryWgtn (@CityGalleryWgtn) 1566168241000
Melbourne-based New Zealand artist Ronnie van Hout created the sculpture name Quasi in 2016.
People are describing it as "Nightmare". "That is terrifying," a Wellington woman wrote.
Reminds me of that classic phrase "Talk to the hand because the face is also on the hand." https://t.co/n7iRlajESk— Tim Barnes (@TimBarnes451) 1566235095000
The joint operation by Wellington Sculpture Trust and City Gallery Wellington came at a price of NZ$74,000 (US$47,000) reported the news website s tuff news.
Several Twitter users are comparing the sculpture with the face of US president
“Quasi was created in 2016 to grace the roof of
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