Gerry Judah Creates JACOB’S LADDER For New Zealand Sculpture Park

Gerry Judah has designed JACOB’S LADDER, a new sculpture for Gibbs Farm Sculpture Park, New Zealand. #Sculpture #PublicArt #Art #Design

Photography by David Hartley-Mitchell

 

British artist and designer has created a new sculpture named JACOB’S LADDER, that’s been added to the  in New Zealand.

 

JACOB’S LADDER measures in at 112 feet (34 meters) high and is made from square-sectioned steel tube that weighs 46 tonnes.

Gerry Judah has designed JACOB’S LADDER, a new sculpture for Gibbs Farm Sculpture Park, New Zealand. #Sculpture #PublicArt #Art #Design

Photography by David Hartley-Mitchell

To create the design, 480 lengths of steel were stacked one on top of each other, with each layer slightly different in length and size, and then shifted and rotated relative to the layer below, producing the final curving shape.


Gerry Judah has designed JACOB’S LADDER, a new sculpture for Gibbs Farm Sculpture Park, New Zealand. #Sculpture #PublicArt #Art #Design

Photography by David Hartley-Mitchell | Engineering: Diales | Fabrication & Installation: Grayson Engineering | Project & Site Management: Peter Boardman

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