I like a good bit of installation art, particularly if, somewhere, there's a sailing angle, but alas this one didn't really make the grade.
Its called "Geometry" and its currently doing its thing over in Brentford. The blub, which you can find here, says:
"The interplay of the different movements of the sculpture create a symbolic language of communication between the sculpture and the viewer"
What actually happens is that the two arms above rotate one direction, stop, then rotate again, maybe in the same direction, maybe the opposite.
And, yup, that's it.
There's a bit of an "oh" moment when you've realised what you've biked in the pouring rain to see isn't going to get any better the longer you hang around. Or at least not until dark, when there's meant to be lasers or something.
Never mind, the Thames Path is great enough to not need the excuse of a destination to get you out on your bike.
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