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Spijkenisse

The title of the sculpture "two to three-D" means what it says.

Spijkenisse Holland - pink sculpture site specific and public sculpture) in Spijkenisse.

1983-86 - coated steel - 2.2.3D - Ø50cm 2400x550x697cm - Groenekruisweg/Sportlaan, Spijkenisse NL

Two to three-D means what it says: two two-dimensional shapes - the two quarter circle segments - join together at the summit in such a way that the planes, in which each lies are perpendicular to each other. The result is a three-dimensional shape.


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