Initially the situation is clear cut - there it is:
a sculpture, carved from stone for eternity, drawing the public’s attention, challenging their mind and senses, showing off the artist’s skill.

Those who engage experience the fascination of the idea trapped in immovability, history packaged into one moment; loosing themselves in the play of detail or in the big momentum of it all.
Until the contemplation is suddenly broken, an irritation arises that ruins it all….
The stone is alive; it moves, reacts, commu-
nicates and changes. Relief and awe arise from the realization of the deception.

Contemplation is transformed into dialogue, the viewers into an audience and fine art into living art.