The sculpture consists of four very long iron girders, which follow the slope all the way down, and bend at the bottom, making it look like a large shovel that seems to swing up.
It could be the sun, being thrown down to the sculpture Bottom Angle.
The sculptures in the park are made of natural materials.
· The large granite stones point back to ancient times.
· The steel girders are made of iron, extracted from ore.
· The concrete foundations consist mainly of stone and sand.
· Wood is found in the forests around us.
Thus, Jean Clarebout and Robert Jacobsen connect their art with the surrounding nature.