Infinity (1995)

Model for public atrium sculpture, 1994

Polystyrene, paint, wire, swivels
Model size 3 metres (height) x 3 metres (width) x 3 metres (length)
Specifications for manufacture are available.

Infinity is a maquette for a public sculpture suggesting, on the macro scale, the constellations of the heavens, and on the micro scale the atomic structure of the nucleus. It is designed for an indoor environment, optimally with mirrored walls and ceiling, and a shiny black floor containing a black pool of still water, producing infinite reflections. The constellations turn almost imperceptibly.

When the model was installed in the studio it became the backdrop for concerts of Indian music. When it was disassembled the constellations were installed in a domestic setting.