The sculpture's name and form are derived from a geometric surface discovered by the German mathematician August Ferdinand Mobius. This mathematiacal curiosity called the Mobius Strip is a closed loop with one-half twist which makes it a surface with no sides, no beginning and no end. In modern days, it is primarily used as a universal symbol of recycling.
The main motif of this sculpture is transformation and timeless continuity of natural processes. The sculpture, a variation of the original Mobius shape, represents the process of transforming waste materials into useful resources. It symbolises balance, and serves to represent our unity with nature.
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Sculpture fabricated by -> Soheil Mosun Ltd.