The Heartland Odyssey Sculpture in motion
Dan Engelke’s kinetic sculpture “Heartland Odyssey” hangs in the clerestory of the Youth Room.
The word “kinetic” means that the sculpture moves. The four parts are made of wood (the lowest component), aluminum, steel, and plastic (the highest component). The sculpture is controlled by a timer that makes it move about once every 45 minutes. If you would like to see it move, you can ask at the Ask Here Desk in the Youth Room, and someone will turn it on for you.