This futuristic installation at the Overseas Passenger Terminal features a canopy of kinetic equilateral triangles. In unison, they create an amazing...
Corner of Argyle and George Street
Access and Inclusion
Matus Luhovy / Port Authority (Australia)
This futuristic installation at the Overseas Passenger Terminal features a canopy of kinetic equilateral triangles. In unison, they create an amazing, geometric lighting display that develops into infinite patterns, changing at every glance.
An equilateral triangle is an object, arrangement, or flat shape with three straight sides of the same length and three 60 degree angles. The movement of triangles in Equilateral is slow, which is contrary the notion that fast is always better. Slowing down acknowledges that quality can often be more important than quantity.
Through this mesmerising installation, artist Andre Kecskes shows that concentrating on the quality of our time, actions and relationships allows us to achieve better connections, focus and efficiency. An atmospheric soundscape by music composer Matus Luhovy adds another dimension to this lighting art sculpture.