- a 'the earth is poison'-sculpture for children and other philosophical souls.
A sculpture group describing the universe of the little prince and aiming to symbolize the essence of the fairytale of Saint-Exupérys. The arrangement consists of seven blocks of granite (asteroids) 'floating' in a circle around a 2-metres high planet (the Earth). The universe is populated by creatures (bronze sculptures) that the little prince is meeting on his way. He finds out that "the essential is invisible to the eye and only by the heart you really see".
The sculpture was finished in the beginning of 1996 and is placed in the central square of Fuglebjerg in Sealand. Besides its artistic qualities, the sculpture isl providing possibilities for the children to play 'the earth is poison' climbing and jumping around on the sculptures of stone and bronze.
|1996: The Little Prince|