That's the name of Ann Gillen's 1970s sculpture,
which has been in front of 909 3rd Ave. for about 20
years. She says, "I build sculptures that suggest
movement in marble, stainless steel, aluminum,
wood and slate. I work with the aesthetics
of Constructed Sculpture with its analytic Apollonian
rigor that combines with emotional Dionysian outbursts."
I have no idea what analytic Apollonian rigor is,
but this certainly does suggest movement, don't you think?
[Linking back to Ruby Tuesday and Our World Tuesday.]