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The Tide Of The Wind On The River Shore
Medium : kinetic sculpture
Date : July 2009
Dimension : 8’x5’x27’ ( L x D x H )
Location : Franconia Sculpture Park ,MN , U.S.A.
Material : Speed Reducer, a tree, pressure treated ply wood, steel
This is another piece that I explore the idea of “existence” and the idea of “float” in the context of time and place in an outdoor environment. The viewer can spin a tree by cranking the crank just by their hands. The viewer becomes part of the piece while playing with it. The silent movement in the transient passing time will only be meaningful for people who start the spinning action as physical experience from themselves.
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