Annelids are soft-bodied invertebrate animals consisting of a highly variable number
of more or less similar rings or segments of increasing and decreasing size. Some
marine annelids burrow inside rock or build themselves a tube-like shell-like
envelope that houses and protects them.
The sculpture consists of 86 rings of curved solid stainless steel rod of decreasing
diameter, welded together internally. On one side, inside, a heavy lead
counterweight allows the form to balance on a plane, try touching it and pushing it