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Time and Tide, Sydney, in situ 2013 Time and Tide, Sydney, in situ 2013 Time and Tide, Sydney, in situ 2013 Time and Tide, Sydney, in situ 2013 Time and Tide, Sydney, in situ 2013 Time and Tide, Sydney, in situ 2005

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Title: Time and Tide (wait for no man), 2004-2012

In association with Andrew Crick, industrial designer
Art Consultant
: Sally Dan-Cuthbert
Client: JP Morgan, Westfield, Sydney

Materials: sandstone, mirror polished stainless steel, limestone plinth;

1250 x 3700 x 3752mm

Limestone plinth: 200 x 4316 x 3752