Infinity 2150


The Artist

So Dong Choe Korea

So Dong Choe has a Masters Degree in Arts, has won major prizes and is represented in private and public collections in China and Korea. "I attempt to express and symbolize our shared human hope: striving for permanence and a permanent work." 

Natural growth expressed by change and repeated circular lines, seeing our future as a small structure. The form expresses optimism for future growth and flexibility. The connection with the future representing a spirit that can power the machine and a never ending world of hope. 

"My work is about hope and optimism for the future not dwelling on the past. I am inspired by the power of nature, the growth and blooming of flowers and machinery forms that will power a future age.” 

"Infinity 2150 shows the growth and blooming of flowers of architectural form for the future of the planet.”

COMMISSIONED 2016 BY Adelaide Hills International Sculpture Symposium Inc.

ACKNOWLEDGING The many donors, volunteers and supporters of AHISS and The Cedars for the symposium venue which made the Hills Sculpture Trail possible.


STONE Coober Pedy red granite, Eyre Peninsula red granite.

SITE GPS 35.0124°S, 138.8045°E
The Cedars, 68 Heysen Road, Hahndorf