Hallett’s Cove, 200310,000 plastic balls, steel, concreteDimensions variable

Hallett’s Cove is a sculptural installation made of 10,000 green balls that form 16 structures floating in the cove to the west of the Park. These forms are tethered, but free to move with the currents of the water and the wind. They evoke strangely artificial rock or coral formations that appear to have a life of their own as they swim in the river.