Series Flying Castles 2013

“I do not mean by beauty of form such beauty as that of animals or pictures, which many would suppose to be my meaning; but, says the argument, understand me to mean straight lines and circles, and the plane or solid figures which are formed out of them by turning-lathes and rulers and measures of angles; for these I affirm to be not only relatively beautiful, like other things, but they are eternally and absolutely beautiful, and they have peculiar pleasure, quite unlike the pleasures of scratching.”

Plato (427-347 BC)
Philebus, 51C-51D

More recent appearances of these objects, the so-called Flying Castles, have been observed worldwide on distinctive places.