The new public sculpture will bring colour and playfulness to the Kalasatama residential district. Early One Morning, Eternity Sculpture by Swedish artist Jacob Dahlgren is a pink, serpentine steel sculpture. According to the artist, it is like the game where you draw a figure with a single line without lifting the pen from the paper. Rising to a height of four metres and 10 metres in diameter, the sculpture will be unveiled at Capellanaukio square in Kalasatama on Helsinki Day, 12 June 2019.
Early One Morning, Eternity Sculpture will be unveiled by Mayor of Helsinki Jan Vapaavuori on Helsinki Day, 12 June 2019, at 14:30. Saxophonist Jarno Tikka and double bassist Mikael Saastamoinen from the OK:KO band will perform at the unveiling. The artist will be present.
Currently under construction, the Kalasatama area of Helsinki will in the next few years get a number of new public artworks. Produced jointly by the executive office and the urban environment division of the City of Helsinki and Helsinki Art Museum HAM, Early One Morning, Eternity Sculpture is the fourth public work of art in the area. Other works in the HAM collection in the area include Riikka Puronen’s Compass and Stars (2018), Villu Jaanisoo’s Siberian Jay (2016) and Timo Heino’s Line Drawn on Water (2014). Dahlgren’s sculpture is part of the public art project for Kalasatama in which both permanent and temporary artworks and events are produced urban development area. The project is funded with payments from developers levied on the basis of the floor areas of buildings.