The Soul of the World will be composed of two fundamental elements: the Sphere of Earth, and an immense Cube that is imagined as inscribed in its interior, and whose diagonal -- equaling the diameter of the planet - will be 12,756 kilometers.
The union or reunion of these two powerful forms which symbolize Sky and Earth will produce a new unifying sign, as C.G. Jung calls those symbols that attempt to bring harmony among opposites or complements. The meaning of this new symbol will be a clear allusion to the mysterious universal Whole.
The sculptural work will involve uncovering the corners or vertices of the Cube where it emerges at eight antipodal points on the surface of the Earth. The cube will be oriented in such a way that all eight vertices will emerge on land. Each of the vertices will appear in the form of a pyramid having three faces.
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