As the Art Consultant for Peak Tram Central Terminus upgrade project, Art-Partners installed the public sculpture, named Eye of Infinity by Australian artist Lindy Lee, as part of the HK$799 million 6th generation upgrade project. The 10-metre tall cast bronze sculpture with a black patina finish has been crafted with thousands of tiny apertures to allow light to sparkle through. The internal lighting will change throughout the day to reflect the changing light of the Peak and the daylight transitioning to evening, as well as growing in lighting intensity to signal the approaching arrival of the Peak Tram to the Central Terminus. As passengers walk by, lights inside the sculpture will glitter like tiny stars, bringing the sky and humans closer to one another. With this unique visual impact, the Eye of Infinity makes a stunning photo-worthy addition to the famous historical railway.
We have managed the artist selection, artwork procurement, concept design development, fabrication; and worked closely with all consultants on all technical requirements, government permissions, delivery, and installation.
Date: 2018 -Present
Artist: Lindy Lee
Client: Hong Kong Peak Tram
Location: Peak Tram Lower Terminus: 33 Garden Road, Central, Hong Kong