1995 | Yellow painted steel
Kazimoc XXIX is a colossal yellow-painted steel structure standing twenty-five feet high, ten feet wide, and thirteen feet long. It was created by artist Rodney Carroll in 1995 and was inspired by a particular sword movement used in ancient Japanese martial arts. According to Carroll, the sculpture represents flight, dance, music, and architecture in an attempt to explore how humans move through space. Each element has a specific connection to the other elements, all working together to push and pull the surrounding space and reflect human internal and external relationships.
Sponsored by Reston Town Center Association
Photo Credit: Reston Town Center Archives