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The parabolic fibreglass forms of Galaxy III are suspended from the ceiling in Churchill Place in graceful equilibrium. The giant mobiles move gently and almost imperceptibly with the natural air currents, overlapping but never touching. Created in Dan Chadwick’s Stroud workshop, the sculptures are typical of the commissions for which he has become known: otherworldly organic forms that contrast and complement the open and airy spaces of contemporary architecture.
|Public art Coup de Foudre, Galaxy III|