Tower Of Blinded Men Ascends Into The Sky
Korean sculptor Do Ho Suh has created a towering sculpture of piggybacked men that ascends into the sky.
Called ‘Karma’, the sculpture was made from 98 cast stainless steel figures, creating an illusion of the tower stretching to infinity.
The sculpture stands at 23 feet and is installed in the Sydney and Walda Bestoff Sculpture Garden at the New Orleans Museum Of Art.
A smaller bronze version of ‘Karma’ is also on display at the Albright Knox Museum in Buffalo.
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