Expatriate New Zealand artist Bill Culbert worked in sculpture, installation and photography, often in combination. In his last four decades Bill made artworks exploring the intersections between light - both natural and artificial – and objects. He travelled extensively and exhibited widely in Europe, Australia and New Zealand. He lived and worked in the South of France and in London.
The work comprises seven slim, tapering stainless steel poles, each nearly eleven metres tall, set out in the pattern of a Fibonacci or koru spiral. The top five metres of each pole support three (for a total of 21) twisting spirals of blue neon light.