You might remember the Denmark-based duo of ÖRNDUVALD who created those mesmerizing installations on the sides of fences in Copenhagen. Well, their latest creation, Pin (55° 51′ 42″ N ; 9° 50′ 47″ E),  is part of the “Public Art Horsens” exhibition that is set throughout the city center of Horsens, Denmark, and features murals, sculptures, and installations. Pin is a giant interpretation of those pins you see in Google Maps that let you pinpoint locations on the map.

Watch the video to see Pin in action:

Installed on the side of a building, Pin consists of 10,078 circular discs that are mounted to plywood. The discs flutter as the wind and light hits them and creates curiosity as people pass by. 55° 51′ 42″ N ; 9° 50′ 47″ E happens to be the coordinates of the location of this particular pin.

Giant Map Pin Installation Made of Metallic Discs in main art  Category

The exhibition was curated by Simon Caspersen from ArtRebels and photographer Henrik Haven.

Giant Map Pin Installation Made of Metallic Discs in main art  Category

Giant Map Pin Installation Made of Metallic Discs in main art  Category

Giant Map Pin Installation Made of Metallic Discs in main art  Category

Giant Map Pin Installation Made of Metallic Discs in main art  Category

Giant Map Pin Installation Made of Metallic Discs in main art  Category

Giant Map Pin Installation Made of Metallic Discs in main art  Category

Giant Map Pin Installation Made of Metallic Discs in main art  Category

Giant Map Pin Installation Made of Metallic Discs in main art  Category

Giant Map Pin Installation Made of Metallic Discs in main art  Category

Giant Map Pin Installation Made of Metallic Discs in main art  Category

Giant Map Pin Installation Made of Metallic Discs in main art  Category

Giant Map Pin Installation Made of Metallic Discs in main art  Category

Giant Map Pin Installation Made of Metallic Discs in main art  Category

Giant Map Pin Installation Made of Metallic Discs in main art  Category