Materials – Stainless steel
Size – Individual units are 5m high
Edition – 12 units
Commissioned by Darlington Council – Competition winner
Located at – Darlington Arts Centre, United Kingdom
The sculpture was thought of as a way to bring pedestrians into the Art Centre building entrance across the plaza. The elements are made to work by the changing positions of running water. On one side those using the café can watch the water being tipped and tumbling down a series of steps. On the other side the curved simple shape of the sculpture creates a moving arch under which people walk. At the ends of the arch are placed lights so that during the evening they shine in moving patterns on the plaza floor.