In Dublin, Ohio, there are 109 human-sized concrete ears of corn planted in a field.
The entire premise of this art is kind of bizarre. It's kind of pointed. It's kind of amazing.
Look, corn grows on stalks; it doesn't actually grow from the ground with the cobs buried in the soil. But, I think that's the point. How many people actually know what a corn plant looks like as we, as a society, get further and further away from our agrarian past?
Field of Corn.
There are no interactive parts, screens blasting loud sounds, or docents leading tours. Instead, you find yourself surrounded by big, ugly modern buildings in an oasis of calm and thoughtfulness.