Endless Rings, Bristol Heart Institute
Mar 09, 2009
I engineered and built the endless rings for Bristol based artist Walter Jack. They are installed in the Bristol Heart Institute.
The pieces are made from folded 2mm powder coated aluminium.
Each of the seven pieces are identical in structure. The tetrahedrons are hinged together allowing rotation. Cables from the ground pull each piece into position illustrating a possible sequence.
The alternate coloured faces allow the sequence to be understood more easily.
This project was one of a series of artworks commissioned by Willis Newson that won the Building Better Healthcare Award for the Best Use of Visual Art in Healthcare 2009.
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