Walking Roller Coaster in Germany Gives Public Art a ‘New Twist

November 20, 2011  |   News,   World
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The walkway roller coaster measures 11 meters high with a spectacular view of the surrounding landscape. The whole design took about eight weeks to construct and is sculpted from steel and zinc from the region.

Visitors are encouraged to climb atop the giant sculpture, although some aspects, like the loop, are simply for show.

Heike Mutter and Ulrich Genth’s walk-on sculpture in Dulsberg, Germany.