This is one of the gallery spaces in the more contemporary section of world artists. I should have photographed the information on this hanging sculpture.
This particular sculpture is called Rock Drill, by the British artist Jacob Epstein. Cast in 1916, it's bronze on a stone base. It reminds me of something out of Tolkien, or perhaps the steampunk genre. Have a look at what the information panel on it has to say. I can also see something of the Frankenstein monster to it.
This balcony view takes in a space on the lower level. I walked among that exhibit- the art is First Nations based- but didn't photograph it.
Stepping out of the collection gives a view of this ramp leading down to the glass tower and the main level. I'll be wrapping up this series tomorrow.