This quite unusual statue represents Charles La Trobe who became the first governor of the Victoria colony in 1851. Artist who made this inversed statue seek to explain tension between the authority and invisibility.

Name: Upside Down Statue

Lat, Long: -37.7195136,145.0459251

Location: Bundoora, Australia

Upside Down Statue, Bundoora, Australia

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