Sculpture as urban milestones with regard to public spaces

  1. Endow with artistic value
    1. Become part of the cultural heritage, civilization, and an inheritance for our generation and future generations
    2. Grant us identity and allow us to live on in memory
  2. Announce and promote the aesthetic ideas of our time
  3. Define eras in the history of places and people
  4. Establish differences and serve as examples with regard to other urban developments
  5. Confer a pleasant, human aspect to their surroundings
  6. Provide orientation for locating places, buildings, and roadways
  7. Serve as reference points that add uniqueness to the designated space they mark
  8. Provide references:
    1. In time –––– past, present, and future
    2. In space –––– geographical and enclave boundaries
    3. Accentuate and demarcate areas
  9. Facilitate communication:
    1. Human encounters –––– Personal relationships
    2. Dialog –––– Knowledge –––– Awareness
  10. Promote improvement and dignity of urban settlements and contribute to the surrounding landscape
  11. Give joy and highlight developed space and/or natural landscape
  12. Help preserve the space around them
  13. Form broad and deep mutual relationships within the social network

Institutions – clients – developers – engineers – architects – painters – sculptors – craftspeople – laborers – technicians – providers – an involved community

Translated by Alan Lambson & Wesley Krueger