Flipside 2014 – Bicycle Scribble by Guixot de 8

If you have visited Masak Masak at the National Museum and enjoyed Sculpture Scribble on the 2nd floor, then you should definitely check out Bicycle Scribble by the same guys at Flipside at Esplanade! It’s a sculpture garden made up of old bicycle parts and each sculpture is a game to solve. So much fun!

There are lots of other performances and activities going on for Flipside (until 8 June 2014) so check out the calendar if you’re interested.

making thimbles move with magnets

making thimbles move with magnets

picking up marbles

picking up marbles

catching marbles

catching marbles

rolling the ball from one side to the other

rolling the ball from one side to the other

trying to park a car

trying to park a car

catching an egg

catching an egg

flipping and catching a wooden block

flipping and catching a wooden block

making the snake move with a magnet

making the snake move with a magnet

catching balls

catching balls

transferring marbles (he's cheating by holding the cover)

transferring marbles (he’s cheating by holding the cover)

moving the ball from one end to the other

moving the ball from one end to the other

trying to poke the finger into the nose

trying to poke the finger into the nose

rolling the ball into the cup

rolling the ball into the cup

using mirrors to join two sections together

using mirrors to join two sections together

not sure what he's doing here

not sure what he’s doing here

balancing the two sides (he managed to do it!)

balancing the two sides (he managed to do it!)

rolling the ball

rolling the ball

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