Paul Cocksedge is the brainpower behind the new Hong Kong installation called Time Loop. Sleek wooden ribbons spiral in an infinitely looping bench-like structure. From a bird's eye perspective, the installation resembles a large wooden flower.
The infinity symbolism in the installation nods at the city's history of continual growth and change. To add to the sculpture's sense of continuity, a poem written in two languages is engraved in one of the spirals. The spirals expand to over nine meters across and three meters tall, making it easy for pedestrians to rest comfortably on the lower loops. Cocksedge explains that "when people sit on Time Loop, they become part of the movement of the city, as well as its transformation."
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