Materials - Wrought stainless steel
Dimensions - 16000 mm x 5000 mm
Date Acquired - 2000
Power Rhythm was designed for the work force at Perkins/Caterpillar, Diesel Engine Facility, after Erskine was successful in winning a national competition to create a landmark sculpture for the City of Peterborough and the SusTrans initiative.
The sculpture was created by Robert Erskine with Perkins in Peterborough and has received recognition from the PMSA (Public Monuments and Sculpture Association), in partnership with the Courtauld Institute, London.
The Peterborough Millennium Green Wheel is a continuous network of cycleways, footpaths and bridleways that provide safe, continuous routes around the city, through picturesque stone villages, the Fens and the scenic Nene Valley. As part of the project, a number of sculptures were commissioned, including this work.
More info about the Green Wheel can be found here with details of how to purchase a map of the route.
Power Rhythm is now managed by Vivacity and belongs as part of our sculpture collection.