Toronto Through My Lens

“Helix of Life”

By sculptor Ted Bieler, 1971. Aptly located at the Medical Sciences Building at the University of Toronto, the work represents the double helix of DNA through its spiralling ribbons of precast concrete.

2 Comments

  1. David

    You’ve taken some wonderful shots here . Love the shadows

    • Marvin Job

      This was such a fun subject to shoot. I love the curves and angles, and it made for great B&W images.

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