NGC - 5128 CENTAURUS A
Drilled optic hemispheres representing the exact location and scale of stars.
The artwork is a study of perforated alluminium panel interpreting the star cluster NGC - 5128 in the constellation of Centaurus, this is one of five star systems known to contain the location of a black hole.
Centaurus constellation is located in the southern hemisphere. Centaurus A is the fifth brightest galaxy in the sky and one of the closest radio galaxies to the solar system. It is believed to contain a massive blackhole at its centre.