Put Yourself into this Sequential Wall Art

By: Howard Wu - Published: Oct 1, 2010 • References: zenosfrudakis
The sculpture titled 'Freedom' by Zenos Frudakis is an interesting interactive work located in Philadelphia, PA.

In his description of 'Freedom,' Frudakis describes the depiction of the struggle to break free as the central theme, although there are several other deeper hidden meanings if you look more closely into the art (for example, hidden coins to depict the relationship between money and art).

Most interesting though, is the "stand here" note located in the vacated silhouette, which allows viewers to immerse themselves physically into the sculpture for a good souvenir photo. Stats for Interactive Freedom Sculptures Trending: Older & Mild
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