Past, Present, Future

Developed for PC Urban, Past, Present, Future is a large installation of Core 10 steel. The work depicts three spindle whorls that represent each facet of the title respectively. Each spindle whorl will be placed adjacent to the other. However, the viewer will be unable to see all three head on to reflect the nuances of looking at the past, the present, and into the future.

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