Wind activated kinetic sculpture, heat cured epoxy glass, carbon
Angel Wings has been described by New Zealand sculptor, Phil Price as a celebration of being alive. “It brings together the enjoyment of being outside in the environment, movement and colour – all the simple things,” he says. The aerodynamic wings move in response to the wind. The 10 metre tall sculpture uses fully-sealed rolling bearing systems designed for longevity and environmental resilience.
Angel Wings, 2008
Wind activated kinetic sculpture, heat cured epoxy glass, carbon fibre and steel
Lake Tuggeranong foreshore, corner of Soward Way and Drakeford Drive
Also see Dinornis Maximus