1. Take some time to look at the sculpture and reflect on the following questions. What do you think the artist is trying to tell us? What emotions do you feel when you look at this sculpture? Why? What do you find interesting about the sculpture? Use the to record your thoughts about the sculpture. With his sculpture, Alexander Milov hopes to bring the message of love. The two adult figures, made from furls of thick wire, may be cast in conflicted poses as they sit with their backs to one another, but the children within represent peace. The artist explains that the outer figures are softened by the figures in the center: the playful children. Open and engaging, the children reach for one another with tenderness. At night, the children illuminate, symbolizing purity and hope during darkness, a beacon to bring together the adults of the festival and the world.