Rising out of the center of the Plaza is a 60 foot tall cable and fabric sculpture of 6 sails rotating around a single mast. The sail is lit at night to be a beacon of hope calling people into the Plaza.
These sculptures are the focal point of the plaza. Created by the renowned Mexican sculptor, Victor Salmones, it is eight life-size figures passing through a maze depicting cancer treatments and success. It is placed in the most visible point in the park for passers-by because it needs no explanation. People can walk among the figures, touch them, walk through the maze and generally visualize themselves being helped.
Background for Designing a Richard & Annette Bloch Cancer Survivors Park