Me, distorted but contemplative

Free your mind

I was mesmirized by the Zhan Wang sculpture that's currently in the lobby of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. It's a large rock, covered in or made of highly-reflective stainless steel. It's meant, in part, to remind us to make room for contemplation and nature, even in the midst of modern cities. "Zhan is ultimately interested in opposing forces, such as the old and new, natural and man-made, and the friction that occurs when these forces meet," according to this article about him and his work.

Check out some of the other photos I took of the sculpture here.

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