This 21-foot-tall interactive sculpture has a new permanent home in Aurora
A towering, two-story art installation is now open in Aurora's public art park — Hogan Park at Highlands Creek — where it will permanently stand.
- Popper's creation, unveiled in Colorado on Saturday, is inspired by the concept of "Gaia," the Greek goddess of Earth.
What they're saying: The sculpture was created to be interactive. "It almost represents a woman holding her womb, her belly, so people can go inside and experience it," Popper told 9News.
Of note: Umi is one of five sculptures in Popper's "The Human Nature" exhibit commissioned by the Morton Arboretum outside Chicago, where the sculpture was previously placed.
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