The Abstract Sculpture, the split dodecahedron public art at the Armenian Heritage Park on the Greenway, was reconfigured this week for the 2016 season. Made out of steel and aluminum, the Abstract Sculpture changes form each year. A lower height example of the 24 possible configurations, the 2016 sculpture has kissing halves and extends over a wide base. The 2016 configuration is the fifth since the park was dedicated in May 2012. (See past configurations here.)
The Abstract Sculpture is symbolic of all who were pulled away from their country of origin as reflected in the pieces of the split dodecahedron pulled apart, yet always touching. See more about the park at www.armenianheritagepark.org.
*Please note the images in this post were taken during and immediately after the reconfiguration construction. The sculpture will be buffed and shined to remove the reconfiguration scuff marks on the sides. The reflecting pool water will be turned on next week with the fountain in the center of the park.