Workers Install Interactive Statue In Front Of Science Museum Oklahoma


Tuesday, July 6th 2021, 12:07 pm
By: Tevis Hillis


OKLAHOMA CITY -

A sculpture is being installed at the front of the Science Museum Oklahoma will stand 25-feet tall, and it will go by Finity 2020.

Created by world-renowned artist Tom Shannon, he made the five shapes: the tetrahedron, cube, octahedron, dodecahedron, and icosahedron.

This is his first piece in the United States.

Once Finity 2020 is completed, all five pieces will be stacked on each other.

Those who would like to interact with the sculpture can find it in Founders Plaza.

"It's a wonderful place to sit. School groups can gather, families can gather. Kids can interact with the sculpture and have a place to rest. Enjoy science and art all in one," said Sherry Marshall, Science Museum Oklahoma president. 

This interactive piece will officially open on August 25.