A twisting reflective kinetic sculpture of the head of legendary surrealist writer
Franz Kafka located at a busy shopping mall in Prague.
Created in 2014 by Czech artist
David Cerny, the 45 tonne piece consists of 42 individually driven stainless steel elements.
Strandhill, Co Sligo last year (top) and tonight (above).
Did the weather do it or did someone steal the public art piece from Strandhill beach front?
The wily winds of the Wild Atlantic way?
A criminal surfing gang stealing abstract sculpture to order?
We may never know,
Bottom pic via The Strand Bar (Facebook)
Three recent unveiled gigantic kinetic sculptures by Utah artist Anthony Howe entitled Di-Octo, In Cloud Light III, and Switchback.
Despite the smooth elegance of their movement, each wind powered structure (lab tested before being installed outdoors) weighs nearly three quarters of a tonne.
More of his work
A strangely relaxing kinetic sculpture of the unfortunate mythological King
Sisyphus created by Jason Allemann of JK Brickworks.