London Junkers, the co-owner of LnL Square has, once again, created an amazing piece for the University of Western Australia (UWA) exhibition. For March, the entries were to be related to Music. London's piece (seen from above in the picture), named Listen to the wind, is a symetrical very elegant structure were two figures (see detail in the pic) are dancing. To the sound of the notes scale, you climb the progressively illuminated keys and reach the top to a piano challenging the rules of gravity and to the sound of the wind. Man made and nature made sounds intertwine in perfect balance. The black and white installation subtly suggests closing your eyes and dancing along. Do drop by the UWA exhibit for a visit to London's piece and to the rest of the artwork. And do vote for your favorite creation by clicking the voting box (with the name of the artist and of the piece) and choosing 3 (high), 2 or 1 (low). Click ---> here for your limo. Enjoy!