Somebody throw her a life raft!
‘The Drowning Girl’, A Sculpture Of A Giant, Hyperrealistic Face In The River

Seen here doing its best Jack Dawson impression, this is a video of artists Ruben Orozco Loza and Clara Alcantara constructing ‘The Drowning Girl’, a giant hyperrealistic face of a girl that was placed in the Bilbao River in Spain. Ruben is known for his incredibly realistic face sculptures, and the girl, named Bihar (Basque, “tomorrow”), represents the ebbing flow of time. I thought it represented waiting at least an hour to go swimming after you eat four hot dogs, but I like the time thing too, it’s more profound. Just a little though.