Many years ago, our town commissioned this statue from the sculptor Alexander Liberman, and had it erected downtown. When traffic flow was reconfigured, the statue was dismantled and stored while the local powers-that-be decided where to put it. Not everyone was enamoured of its hulking, orange presence. Folks weren't sure what to make of it. Interesting, as its name is "Symbol". Go figure.
After much haggling and negotiating, it was finally relocated at one of our river front parks.
If you look at it from certain angles, it resembles Abraham Lincoln, wearing his trademark stovepipe hat.