Bjørn Nørgaard, Ragnarokk for the 117th time (1985)
The Danish sculptor Bjørn Nørgaard (1947-) placed the almost four meters high sculpture on a concrete base in the grove of trees at Høvikodden. The main section is carved out of grey granite. On one side, there is a carving of a geometrically stylized tree, while on the other side, the tree has been hoven a more organic shape. Seven stone heads of humans and animals are placed on the sides. Six copper arms protrude between the heads and on the top there is a cylindrical wooden pillar.
Made at the Borealis 2.
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