Keyhole sculpture remembering abused children in state care

This is a memorial along the river bank in South Brisbane.

It is an oversize keyhole through which you can see chrome forms on the piers of the railway bridge over the river.

The memorial is to remember the children that were abused in state institutions, however I have yet to work out all the symbolism of the elements of the installation.

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