Dancing square

'The Dancing Square', designed as a marker for a long bridge near the Pley route in Arnhem, is a robust sculpture with the power of an apparent balance, and the astonishment of a transformed square. The construction secret of this 25 metres high sculpture is kept by a delicate foundation underneath the 160 metres long bank.

When driving along the Pley route, the viewer becomes visually disoriented;
the statue changes from symmetric to asymmetric. Sometimes the statue seems
to be turning round. In order to secure the visibility of the sculpture against the sky
and in all seasons, the Marijkeblue colour - used often in the monumental works
- has been used here.