Three Columbus parks and the Main Metropolitan Library have nearly 3 dozen balanced, suspended art pieces for your viewing pleasure until March 1, 2020.
These art pieces and installation were the work of Polish artist Jerzy Joptka Kedziora.
Along with the Main Library, Schiller, Thurber and Livingston Parks hold the totality of the suspended art.
With the numerous amount of pieces, we are not going to have an image of each one. We will give you a taste of what is out there. Even with just this small sampling, you can see some awesome artistry and science at play.
After a while, you stopped seeing the cables and there was a sense of the art just floating there in front of you.
Even without going to Thurber and Livingston Park, you can tell from these images that there is something special about the installation.
Some pieces make you smile, while others might make you feel a little uneasy. There was a sign at Schiller Park letting the viewers know that while it may look like some of the pieces are broken or appear to be unbalanced, they are not!
The artist wanted to intentionally evoke some of those responses.
Art is a very subjective thing and there are pieces that speak volumes to some, while others may not feel anything from the same. Please, take the time to investigate this installation and see if this once speaks to you in any way! If you do get a chance to see it, please share your experiences here with everyone!