This 2012 sculpture, Twice Twist, sits on a bluff just south of Bondi Beach, Australia. Called Oushi Zokei in Japanese, the name is an anagram of the artist’s own name, Keizo Ushio. According to a study of Ushio and his works, the words “Oushi Zokei” in Japanese can be interpreted in a variety of ways. “Oushi” can mean “deep truth” and “Zo” can mean “creating” or “forming,” while “Kei” refers to “shape” or “form”. This is just one of the highlights of the Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk near Sydney.