Silver Line draws inspiration from the patterned choreography of ‘Cloud Hands’, a t’ai chi movement which incorporates a rolling, sweeping motion of the arms and hands in a graceful gesture. The artwork is suggestive of weather phenomena, and makes reference to the human connection to nature that is expressed through recreational activity.
Silver Line is a three part installation consisting of a pair of binoculars, a cloud fabricated in aluminum and stainless steel, and a poised bronze female figure. The three sculptural components come into alignment when viewed through the binoculars. The cloud appears to float at the figure’s fingertips, enveloped by the steam released from the building ventilation chimneys.
terrace, floor 2