A kinetic sculpture suspended in a 3 storey atrium on levels 44-46, Tower 1, Barangaroo, Sydney
Taking the overall form of a droplet, the cascading network of orbs is a cadence of rotating colour. The droplet is captured the moment before it falls into the void, suspending time itself.
Motorised by soundless mechanics, orbital forms suspended on long black rods slowly rotate in space so the droplet is constantly changing its form and colour, from black to hot pink, red, orange, yet always suspended in the moment reflecting how time governs our lives.
The installation references the gravitational forces acting upon the droplet, and ideas of weight and balance which have long been symbols of artistic representations of justice.
Title: Cascadence, 2018 mild steel, stainless steel, polyurethane, acrylic, motorised elements, mirrored plinths 10.36m x 7.8m x 90cm
In association with:
Caroline Comino, architect
Box & Dice, sculptural elements
Andrew Crick, industrial designer
Richard Green, engineer
Tilt, mechanical engineers
Michael Nicholson, photography
Client: Baker McKenzie
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