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All One

A cache by Auguste Rodin Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 06/16/2007
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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All One is one of five art pieces in Kate Pond's World Sculpture Project. It marks the two times in the year that the sun is directly overhead in Honolulu and the beginning of the ancient Hawaiian Makahiki festival time. It is oriented to face the eastern heliacal rising of the Pleiades star cluster, occurring near November 20.

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All sculptures in the World Sculpture Project celebrate the sun and its interaction with the earth and indiginous cultures. Also, each sculpture is accompanied by a time capsule full of student art works. That art will be taken from the time capsules and sent to exhibitions at the various sites in the year 2015. Update: As of January 2016, the time capsules have all been opened. You can read about it here.

Himeguri - Japan
Zigzag - Canada
Solekkoa - Norway

Telling Stones - New Zealand


This sculpture was dedicated in 2002. To find the cache, subtract 1867 from the year All One was dedicated. The remainder is the number of feet due South to the cache from the posted coordinates.

 

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