CHRONOS TRILOGY is a suite of three carved glass sculptures located in the Lincoln House Office Tower in Tai Koo Place, Hong Kong. Each of the massive sculptures represents a particular facet of time; the Past, the Present and the Future. The conceptual perspective relates to the movement of time, as it exists in Hong Kong, one of the fastest growing metropolises on the planet.
Chronos Trilogy is among the largest carved glass projects in the world. It weighs over 35 metric tons. It was produced in my Winnipeg Studio and shipped in sections to Hong Kong via three sea shipping containers, with several additional shipments by air.
I oversaw the installations on site in Hong Kong with a local crew of about 40 other individuals working in various capacities.
Part 2 of CHRONOS TRILOGY, SEA OF TIME relates to the present. It responds to the sensation of near infinite time flowing from the past to the future. It is the longest work in CHRONOS TRILOGY; with its fluid curves it stretches over 31 meters through the Lincoln House foyer.