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  • Title

    Infinite Energy

  • Artist

    Victor M. Contreras

  • Location

    Denver Performing Arts Complex, Galleria

  • Neighborhood

    Central Business District

  • Year


  • Artwork Type

    Public Sculpture

  • Material

    brass-plated steel

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About This Piece

"Infinite Energy" is a bronze sculpture created by Mexican artist, Victor M. Contreras in 1980 and restored in 2005. Its home is under the glass archway of the Denver Performing Arts Complex Galleria near the Boettcher Concert Hall and the Helen Bonfils Theatre Complex.

The artist has interpreted the work in two ways. In 2000 he revealed visual and narrative references, noting, “This sculpture was inspired by two white ‘mariposas’ [butterflies] in flight, which ancient Indian Mexican legends say are souls coming back to comfort their beloved.”