This highly polished stainless steel sculpture by British artist John Robinson was installed in front of the Fields Institute of mathematical research at U of T in 1997. To quote the artist - "this symmetrical combination of interlocking hollow triangles, no two of which are linked, is an example of 'Borromean Rings' studies in knots". That is way over my head but I quite like the piece!
I believe it's impossible seeing this art piece and not start counting the triangles. ;-)
Very nice with all the reflections!
Thank you once again for showing us all this amazing creativity!!
I think that one is over my head too! But, I like the sculpture a lot.
Beautiful picture! Bit confusing.
I like the reflections on this piece.
Love the design!
tough but interesting piece to photograph. you accomplished a great photo. i have no idea who chose this piece, but it is the perfect piece for its location. thanks redpat.
That's quite the cool, flashy, contemorary sculpture! Nice find!
That's an interesting piece and the reflections are fun too.
I like this piece, I need to refer to my son who is a math geek (professor).
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