The Passage of Wind and Water
The Rapid City Sculpture Project is one of many public works in the area that express the community’s commitment to culture and the arts. Twenty-one ancient granite pieces were transformed into a work entitled Passage of Wind and Water by master sculptor Masayuki Nagase.
“Art, when you think about it, doesn’t have direct power to change the political world. But somehow I want people who are involved with this region’s history involved with my project. I would like to work with the community people to find something meaningful.” – Masayuki Nagase
Recently completed, you can witness Masayuki's stunning work on the 21 granite pieces surrounding Main Street Square. For more information about the project visit the Sculpture Project: Passage of Wind & Water.