FOREVER: Temporary public sculpture on Dudley Island, ME.

28 June 2016
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ON A CLEAR DAY YOU CAN SEE FOREVER.


And through mid-July, you can also see this thought-provoking temporary public sculpture on Dudley Island by Alicia Eggert, a TED fellow and recent resident artist at the Tides Institute. The sculpture seems to change with the changing weather conditions of Passamaquoddy Bay--crisp and prominent on clear, sunny days, and barely visible on foggy and overcast days. The project will be visible both from the mainland and from the water, where it skirts the international boundary with Canada. Eggert writes: "When barely visible, the sculpture will serve as a symbol of our uncertain future as both a country and a species, due to the current state of national and international politics and the effects of climate change. But on clear days, it will serve as a beacon of hope--the hope for a better, more peaceful, and more sustainable future."

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