Created by Michael Singer and Sasaki Assoc. Inc. in 1995. Made of granite and stone.
Composed of granite, local riverbed boulders, and indigenous plants, this sculpture transforms as the sun moves over it, with flickering light enhancing color, and shadow forms moving along the granite blocks. 600 feet long and 200 tons in weight, it was carefully engineered to withstand flooding and blend into the landscape, encompassed in vines and other plant life.