Public Art: Interlace
Artist: Geoffrey Drake-Brockman
Installed in 2015, Interlace is an interactive artwork by artist Geoffrey Drake-Brockman.
Interlace consists of four polished 2.4 metre high stainless steel sculptural fonts.
It incorporates a computer running custom software and has four sensors to detect human presence. The computer controls when and how the laminar flow fountains operate, and it has the aim of ‘weaving-in’ its audience into an interlaced composition.