Photo by NAKAMURA Osamu

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About the artwork

An observation deck located in Matsudai’s Joyama area. Two sets of spiralling staircases are twisted against each other, creating the “∞” shape which represents infinity. Depending on the angle, they appear to change into various shapes such as the number 8 or a large circle. The observation deck was also designed for visitors to repeatedly go up and down infinitely.

Information and Map

Artwork no. D353
Production year 2018
Opening hours Daytime
Admission During the Triennale and the Four Seasons Program, please purchase a passport or common ticket to view the artworks.
Area Matsudai
Village Matsudai Joyama
Related Website https://matsudai-nohbutai-fieldmuseum.jp/art/
Open dates Late April (open to the public one after another after the snow melts) - end of October (It will be sequentially enclosed by the snow fence from November.)
Venue Near Matsudai Nohbutai(3743-1, Matsudai, Tokamachi-city, Niigata)
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