If you have a bone to pick with Ken Unsworth, just remember there are infinite ways to express true love.
Unsworth lost his wife, a concert pianist, last year, and this giant skeleton is part tribute to her, "A Ringing Glass," which opens today at Turbine Hall in Sydney. You can see a little preview in our Weird Art Gallery.
Unsworth, renowned in Australia, depicts a giant skeleton, a representation of his wife, performing a "posthumous recital." Other installations include airborne pianos, and a ghoulish doll swinging from a pipe.
Elisabeth Unsworth passed away last October at 86 years old. The show also celebrates the life of her stepson, a promising 33-year-old neurosurgeon who suffered a fatal brain tumor.
The ghostly images may frighten some. But who isn't occasionally frightened by love?
Photo © Ian Waldie/Getty Images
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