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Time and Tide (wait for no man), Westfield, Sydney

(installation in collaboration with Andrew Crick)
Art Consultant: Sally Dan-Cuthbert
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This permanent installation was created for J P Morgan, Sydney. The sculpture’s underlying concept is the significance of the nature of time, of the passing hours, days and weeks in any given month, to those who work within a corporate culture. Representing 16 lunar phases of half a calendar month, Time and Tide (wait for no man) attempts to reawaken the viewer to the moon’s powerful influence on our daily lives, rhythms, and emotions. It traces the waxing and waning of the lunar phases from full moon to new moon in a spiral formation; the symbol of continual renewal.