Tower Santa Maria: A 33-Story Vigil

Tower Santa Maria: A 33-Story Vigil
Design

Sebastian Errazuriz has created a public artwork as a symbol of hope for the trapped Chilean miners.

Laura Feinstein
  • 13 october 2010

While being trapped in an elevator for a few hours is enough to send most people into panic, imagine what it must be like for the 33 Chilean miners who’ve been stuck in a collapsed underground mine for months. Without being able to see their families, or even sunlight, morale for this brave group must be at an all time low. It was this idea which recently fueled a 33-story high public art installation Santiago, Chile, in honour of the trapped miners..

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