I love this.
In New Zealand, it looks like a huge cartoon sheet of paper is settling on a hilltop.
But the ‘cartoon’ can only been seen from the hill’s foot. Why? An excerpt from the article by Robert Krulwich:
It’s a sculpture, made of welded and painted steel that looks like a two-dimensional cartoon drawing of a three-dimensional piece of paper … that is three-dimensional if you get close, but looks two-dimensional if you stay at the bottom of the hill, as you can see from these two-dimensional photographs of the three-dimensional sculpture that looks like a two-dimensional cartoon sitting on a three-dimensional hill — STOP!!! My head hurts.