Doxford, Durham, Sunderland, UK
Wrought stainless steel. Height 11.5 metres, width 5 metres.
Quintisection marks 700 years of shipbuilding by the communities in the north east of England. The UK's first large-scale ocean-going marine engines were produced on this site. The sculpture was unveiled by Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. It won the International Sir Otto Beit Award for Outstanding Public Sculpture Worldwide.