Designed in co-operation with the Guggenheim Museum, Flensted's Guggenheim mobile features Frank Lloyd Wright's iconic 1959 spiral, the 1992 museum annexe addition and the surrounding skyscrapers that define the New York City skyline.
Movement allows light to filter through the die-cut windows and lets shapes move and change in a similar way to the building itself in New York.
"But what does it take to make a mobile that reflects the modernist architecture of the Guggenheim Museum in New York, pays tribute to its famous architect, Frank Lloyd Wright, and reflects the art inside?"
"Well, it take almost three years of hard work, innovation and much discussion on both sides of the Atlantic. From his home in Denmark, mobile artist Ole Flensted worked to create his interpretation of the Guggenheim and the New York skyline. He sees the Guggenheim as "a spiralling pearl nestled amongst the skyscraper-high buildings".