Hualien Stone Sculpture Museum

The World in Einstein Albert’s Eyes
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The World in Einstein Albert’s Eyes
The white cube covered by rational lines forms the shape of black plaids scattering around the rock which makes the stonework similar to a Rubik's cube and makes viewers curious, especially children who would feel intriguing. The cube and the lines display scientifically geometric elements. The stonework borrows the name of famous physicist Albert Einstein to present the connotation of physics and geometric molding world. On the top, there are some defective small white blocks exposed as if the chaotic universe has just showed the beginning sign of the creation, or as if something discovered is just breaking out, it might also symbol the scientific breakthrough which can be expected that it would gradually change the world’s appearance and by way of rational deduction, forwarder desires could be achieved.
  • Administration: Hualien County Cultural Affairs Bureau   Keep
  • Location:Hualien County Cultural Affairs Bureau Campus
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