British artist Henry Moore regarded sculpture as a kind of art best seen in daylight, in open space.
The three parts of Vertebrae, a bronze sculpture, are close to each other, but not connected. Their harmonic smoothness conveys the impression that they have been shaped by nature itself. Set in garden greenery, the experience of modern art is coupled with a positive experience of nature. Thus, the sculpture communicates directly with the viewer – without detouring through religious or socially stamped symbols.