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Public art – Ambulance Communication Centre

Making the miniscule monumental.

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Toward Infinity began life as the texture of artificial bone under an electron microscope, blending it with the notion of cells swimming across a glass plate under a microscope and expanding the resultant to the n’th degree. Making the miniscule monumental.

The choice of oxidising corten steel references the iron of bloods’ haemoglobin.

This work is part of the Tasmanian government’s public art collection commissioned through the Tasmanian Government Art Site Scheme.

Artist

Tim Whiteley is a sculptor working from his studio in the forests of Golden Valley near Deloraine. Having trained in both the graphic arts and automotive engineering, Tim has worked in a variety of disciplines from building racing cars and restoring vintage cars to being a professional digital artist. He made a lateral shift in 2000 moving from Sydney to Tasmania to pursue a career in Fine Art. Rather than ignoring his diversified past he now draws on those experiences, blending and morphing them to inform his unique brand of sculpture.


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Public art – Ambulance Communication Centre

12 Brisbane Street, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

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