Freefall Parkour

Best Art in Outdoor Public Space

About the project (provided by the applicant)

The Free Fall is a 4-meters-tall monumental sculpture installed at a parkour ground. Keeping in line with her usual methods, the artist found a fine embodiment of the falling paradoux and used heavy solid metal to represent a floating substance penetrated with light and air.

18 thousand handweld stainless steel rings showcase fragile lace of human figures, whereas slim metal connections are a metaphor for time and space.

In fact, this sculpture is a poetical guide to reassembling yourself, finding the inner balance, and getting on your feet.


St. Petersburg, Russia

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Applicant and author of the project

Antonina Fatkhullina

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