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Wonderland Sculpture By Night Calgary
Canada

Wonderland Sculpture is a 12-meter tall public art piece, which is made by the Spanish sculptor, Jaume Plensa. Wonderland is a wire mesh sculpture of a little girl's head, which is located at the base of the tallest tower in Calgary, The Bow. The major attraction of Wonderland is that the visitors can walk through the model, which has two openings allowing the viewers to enter. It is said that the shape of the sculpture was actually inspired by a girl in Spain, and the objective of the sculpture is to inspire everyone who sees it as a true representation of the architecture of our own bodies, the palace of our dreams. The sculpture truly represents the dreams and hopes of the young people and airs fresh youthful energy of the tenants. The entrance to the sculpture is at the neck region, through which the viewers can wander inside and see how it looks from inside.


photo: Sony 12-24mm
original size 17000x8500
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Copyright: Flaviodmt76
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 16500x8250
Taken: 12/08/2022
Caricate: 01/09/2022
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Tags: architecture; art; sculpture; city; city hall; palace; square; night; engineering; arts; travel; sony; technology
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