The Olympic Sculpture Park features both rotating and permanent exhibits. In the permanent collection you’ll find more than 15 works, ranging from abstract sculptures of painted steel to mundane fiberglass objects made interesting. For example, Mark Dion uses living plants for his creative yet scientific “Neukom Vivarium.” Featuring a 60-foot “nurse log” housed in a climate-controlled greenhouse, visitors can view the decay of the wood as well as the life forms within it through a magnifying glass.
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