Public Sculpture by Louis Pratt from NSW
Our scientists all agree we are at the tipping point with our use of fossil fuels; they are poisoning our atmosphere.
The work depicts an arrogant character unwilling to change and unaware of his impending doom.
Long Island (Opposite South East Water Building)
2N Gould Street
- Materials: Coal, resin, fibreglass, steel
- Dimensions: 172 x 121 x 110cm
In 2000 Louis studied sculpture at the ANU School of Art, graduating with 1st class honours. In 2002 the College of Fine Art, UNSW, awarded him an Australian Post-Graduate Research scholarship for a Master's degree that he completed in 2004.
Images of King Coal are available in the Image Gallery.
Frankston City Council
30 Davey Street
P. 1300 322 322