“Two granite figures surge into the air like two giant wings. The tall, slightly truncated triangles also suggest an intimate human encounter, a mutual awareness, in the manner in which they curve inward toward each other”
(D. G. Jones 2006).
The artists’ intention was to honor the revitalization of the Nihonbashi area of Tokyo and the history of the Mitsui group whose headquarters are located there. The sculpture expresses restrained vitality and the paradox that freedom and change are themselves aspects of tradition.
430 x 150 x 120 cm; 370 x 135 x 110 cm
Mitsui Fudosan Co. Ltd., Tokyo