At the base of the other atrium is Infinity, a sculpture made from forged steel, again with an interior surface finished in a bronze patina. The form of Infinity originated with a four-leaf clover, a symbol of luck. However, it evolved into a multi-dimensional object formed by two intersecting infinity symbols. The sculpture is characterized by a dynamic, recursive flow, at once suggesting both intense embodied energy and infinite good luck.
Set in one of the two atria at the Villa Otto this piece began as a representation of the lucky fourleafed clover. However, it evolved into two intersecting symbols of inifinity with a dynamic recursive flow, symbolising infinite luck.
17 Jervois Hill
Stainless Steel with bronze plating
L2.1 x H2.1 x W1.2 m