Saturday, March 22, 2008

Tango with Giant Ants

Eight monumental ant sculptures cast in bronze will settle into their new home on the DIFC lawn with the opening of Ant Colony, the brainchild of American artist Susan P. Cochran.
“Ants have been building uniquely planned cities for millennia; living in colonies supported by an instinct to cooperate and work together. Like any new city that requires an advanced infrastructure and network to support a growing community, an ant colony relies on cunning instinct, a demanding schedule and shared responsibilities that result in handiwork that is effective, reliable and immaculate,” explained Bashar Al Shroogi, the Managing Director of Cuadro Fine Art Gallery.

Instead of fighting the enormous giant good hearted driver tried to appease them by doing the tango. I was completely exasperated. Anyway, at the end of the day...we managed to escape and I am happy to say...his head is still intact!


Blogger Peter said...

Your driver is becoming the star of your blog!

3:31 PM

Blogger Stephen Bess said...

Very cool and so detailed. How have you been? Long time.

12:33 AM

Blogger di.di said...

i think he should get paid for posing for your blog.... and shouldn't do it for FOC...:p

2:36 AM

Blogger di.di said...

please update... dont be so lazy.. hihihi

11:58 AM

Blogger Vinod said...

Lot of new things after I left the place in 2000 :) Should visit again sometime

2:28 AM

Blogger Peter said...

Maybe time for a new post?

11:35 AM

Blogger Peter said...

Four months without a post! Hope you (and your driver) are fine!

11:38 AM

Blogger Chester said...

HapiBlogging to you my friend! Have a nice day!

4:58 PM

Blogger victortangos said...

muy bueno tu rabajo!

9:58 PM

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