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Wandering around the island, you will find rocks that resemble pineapple buns. The artists drew inspiration from local stories of this classic snack and the peculiar rocks to create ten colourful ceramic art pieces placed along the Sharp Island Country Trail.
Location: Sharp Island Country Trail
Take a moment to have a meaningful conversation with the ocean on the sea-locked Sharp Island. Stickyline’s installation on the pier features a giant geometric metal conch. It boasts a hollow interior that records and amplifies the sound of the waves. Stand inside and take a listen — what is the ocean trying to tell you?
Location: Kiu Tsui Pier
Inspired by the ever-changing tombolo, Breakthrough Art Studio created this giant bamboo-weaved sphere that looks different depending on the angle you view it from while crossing the tombolo. Around the giant sphere are 12 bamboo spheres of varying sizes that serve as sundials.
Location: Sharp Island tombolo