By Sara Barnes
As time goes on and technology grows more advanced, things from our past slowly become obsolete. Such is the case with wooden escalators; Sydney’s Wynyard Station first installed a pair of them in 1931, but the Australian locale has since replaced them with their modern counterparts. Doing so begged the question: What happens to the old—and now historic—stairways? Instead of discarding them, artist Chris Fox repurposed them by creating two interlocking sculptures made from recycled materials. Together, they form the spectacular site-specific installation known as Interloop.
Suspended from the ceiling, Interloop features the stairs stretched like an accordion …READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE & LEARN MORE HERE
Source:: My Modern Met