Be inspired by this 10-minute art talk, in which artist Larassa Kabel shares her inside story behind the two-headed sculpture, The Black Crown of Recurring Loss. Kabel generally focuses on the subjects of love, sex, death and power, and substitutes animals for people as a way to draw people in rather than repel. She also talks about the significance of the site itself, tied to the history of the intersection at 42nd and Ingersoll before Plymouth Place was constructed. This piece of public art was made possible by The Avenues of Ingersoll & Grand, private donors, Bravo Greater Des Moines, the Iowa Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts.