What is told in the writings around the sculpture? In the writings around the sculpture, there is a Turkish ditty about Karagöz, Hacivat and shadow puppetry. Next to the Turkish ditty, in the form of edge decoration, there is a crypto made up with the motives from Seljuk architecture. Necessary tips for people who want to decode the crypto are also here. Sculptor      : Christian Tobin Concept Design and Technical Infrastructure : Bursa Metropolitan Municipality Kültür AŞ Financing : BTSO Production Place : Ovaakça, Bursa Production Year : 2011 -2012 Material : Gemlik Diabas Stone Height : 6.30 mt. Total Weight  : 45 Tons Kinetic Parts : 7+8 = 15 Tons Working on kinetic sculptures for 30 years and as a pioneer of the movement, Christian Tobin's work, gathering science, art, history and engineering together, is not only unique in Turkey but also the highest of its examples in the world!  The Sculpture was produced by Diabas stone taken out from Gemlik. The sculptor reflects Ottoman stone architecture characteristics by using two thick and three thin lines while treating the surface. There is no connection between kinetic stones above and stable ones below. 7 and 8 tons of kinetic stones are moving only by balancing stones' gravity centers and power of water pressure as a result of sculptor's engineering calculations integrated into his art. How was Karagöz and Hacivat characterized? The movements of above stones carrying characters' eyes and the style of the water movements reflect the characters themselves. The water, welling swiftly out of the top of the stones represents Karagöz's lively and irritable nature. The water, moving wavy from the sides of the stone represents Hacivat's wise and prankster character. The stones, moving only by waters' kinetic power, represent Karagöz and Hacivat's dialogue.  Sculpture's shadow produced by lighting, symbolizes the traditional Shadow Puppetry.  SUPPORTED BY © Bursa Metropolitan Municipality 2012