A 26ft-long moving sculpture on the seashore of the Batumi Boulevard in Georgia is an epitome of everything that is beautiful. Inspired by the novel ‘Ali and Nino’, a love story by Kurban Said, the sculpture narrates the tragic separation of Ali and Nino.
Created by Georgian artist Tamar Kvesitadze, this steel sculpture starts moving and melts into each other only to get separated again.
The whole act takes 10 minutes to complete. The story has been beautifully captured by this sculpture that starts the moving sharp at 7pm every evening, and lights up with dramatic colours as it gets dark.