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© Langlands & Bell. All Rights Reserved, DACS 2021. Photo credit: Paul Francis / Art UK

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'Domain' serves both as a sculpture and tranquil seating area. Carved on to the surface of the stone is a circle of 45 top-level domain codes. These evoke thoughts unique to each person’s experience: global communication and circulation; collaboration and exchange; journeys of discovery; expectation; space, time and change. As a non-fiction abstraction, the codes are landing points offering departures into the imaginary, where human activity may be explored through the places and structures we inhabit, and the routes which link them.

Date

2006

Medium

Portland stone

Accession number

BS1_PF_S121

Work type

Street furniture

Work status

extant

Access

at all times


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Located at

Cathedral Walk, Harbourside, Bristol City

BS1 5LW

Situated on the lawn between Canons Way and the Waterfront.