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Geographie - Seattle - The Emerald City (USA)
 
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Neototem´s Children´s Garden (III)

Octopus: Approx. 5’; Location: Seattle Center, Seattle, WA; In collaboration with: Nakano Associates; Materials: Bronze; 2002. The gardens surrounding the central fountain figure provide a place of discovery for children.,including a series of "tidal pool" sculptures featuring small bronzes of a sea horse, an octopus, a flying pig, a hermit crab, and a family of three blowfish. From: http://www.seattle.gov/arts/publicart/permanent.asp?cat=8&item=2&view=2

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Neototem´s Children´s Garden (IV)

Hermit crab: 24´´; Location: Seattle Center, Seattle, WA; In collaboration with: Nakano Associates; Materials: Bronze; 2002. Bornstein says, "On a simple level my work tells stories of a place, its people, its culture, land, and geology. On another level, I explore the thresholds between the public and the private. My work is also psychoanalytically based in that I chose the labyrinth design as a symbol of psychological challenge, where girl and boy heroes learn to explore, play and take risks on their journeys through life." From: http://www.seattle.gov/arts/publicart/permanent.asp?cat=8&item=2&view=2

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Augenklinik der Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany
Erstellt von A. Bergua MD
Geographie/Reisen  - Seattle (USA)
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