Jaume Plensa's Water's Soul sculpture reshapes New York City's public urban space

October, 20; 2021. By
Yesterday, the sculpture already known as Water's Soul by the Spanish sculptor Jaume Plensa, which consists of the white head of a girl approximately 24m tall, asking for silence with her hand, was completed and inaugurated in Jersey City (attached to New York).

This public sculpture represents a new achievement for this Barcelona sculptor who is taking his creations throughout our little world, with this new milestone for his curriculum, which will entertain walkers in the Hudson River area.

Although Plensa, with these giant girls' heads installed on public roads, could be pigeonholed a little bit, we can only highlight their good work, because it is the first and only one who has thought of asking the city for silence! New York! The city that never sleeps!