Twelve Points in a Classical Balance

Photo of a red cedar sculpture that undulates up and down and connects in a loop.
Twelve Points in a Classical Balance

This work, created in 1981, is installed in downtown Ottawa at Bronson Park, also known as Sparks Street Lookout.

The red cedar sculpture was commissioned from Chung Hung, a Chinese-born Vancouver artist. He describes it as a “sine curve” — a line that undulates like a wave around a central axis. In this case, the end of the line joins the beginning to form a loop.

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