De DNA-boom van Westerveld - Diever NL
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N 52° 51.561 E 006° 18.615
32U E 318921 N 5860013
Quick Description: De DNA Boom van Westerveld (The DNA tree of Westerveld) located at the front of the Town Hall at Raadhuislaan in Diever, The Netherlands.
Location: Drenthe, Netherlands
Date Posted: 7/24/2021 7:16:38 AM
Waymark Code: WM14KYZ
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member Outspoken1
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Long Description:
On Thursday, April 16, 2009, the artwork was unveiled.
The artwork is a design by artist Merijn Bolink (visit link) from Amsterdam.

The artwork is a sculpture, consisting of two bronze tree trunks that are fused together in such a way that they form a fragment of a DNA molecule. But some people see a wokkel in it, or the Jacob's ladder reaching for the sky. The skin of both "trunks" show two different types of tree bark. The artwork is placed right in front of the main entrance to the town hall, near a pool on the 'quay wall'. On the other side of the pool grows a living DNA tree. In other words: two living trees that must grow and become so intertwined that together they form a DNA structure. It remains to be seen whether this experiment will succeed.
Source and more information: (visit link)
Title: DNA Boom van Westerveld

Artist: Merijn Bolink

Media (materials) used: Bronze

Location (specific park, transit center, library, etc.): At the front of the Town Hall.

Date of creation or placement: April 16, 2009

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