The movement in this traditional Chinese form of exercise is slow, controlled, flowing and graceful. In China, people come to parks and other public places, usually in the early morning, and engage in Tai Chi not in a group but individually, facing in different directions, at different times, exercising at their own pace, a private activity in a public place. This outdoor sculpture is on permanent exhibit on the campus grounds of Tel-Aviv
University. It was originally done in African wonderstone, later cast in marplex and in plaster of Paris. It was enlarged to five times its original size.