This is an sculpture created by Ned Kahn of California . He calls it "a gossamer ghost". The city gave it the name of "Wind Roundabout" and it sits right in the center of a traffic circle in downtown Fort Worth. The tower is covered in scrim of hinged aluminum plates that move with the wind and reflect the sunlight during the day and headlights at night. I am not sure it was worth what the city paid $952,230 but guess they saw something I do not.
Young 87 who is enjoying life to the fullest. Retired in 1991 after working 40 years. Lost my husband in 1995. This is a new world for me and I am not a writer. So bear with me, and perhaps in the future I can present something of interest to you.