Project Description

Primordium large-scale suspended sculpture by Talley Fisher at Clinical and Translational Research Center, University of Buffalo
Talley Fisher's Primordium in the atrium in Clinical and Translational Research Center, University of Buffalo
Copper and silver elements of Primordium by Talley Fisher, Clinical and Translational Research Center, University of Buffalo
Suspension grids for Talley Fisher's Primordium, Clinical and Translational Research Center, University of Buffalo,

PRIMORDIUM
2013

Clusters of anodized elements gather in the atrium, like birds in flight.


ARTIST’S INSIGHT: This sculpture is reminiscent of the exuberant soaring of birds, wings, and flight. And, pertinent to the facility, it also suggests the decoding and development of organisms under the microscope at the molecular level.

CLIENT: Clinical and Translational Research Center, University of Buffalo, Buffalo, NY
MATERIAL: Anodized Perforated Aluminum, Stainless Steel Bead Chain, Powder Coated Steel Grids
DIMENSIONS: 35′ L x 10′ W x 45′ H