River Above is a monumental sculpture designed and built for Mexico’s National Museum of Art and Science. Simulating a river through its speed, force and rhythm, the sculpture measures over sixty meters in length and is suspended by only 6 thin tensions cables. It is composed of ten thousand identical wooden planks painted in white and three different tones of blue. The sculpture resides in one of six main halls in the museum. This sculpture not only serves as an abstract symbol for nature and a fluvial force, but more so as a metaphor for life. It's shape, form and meaning is not exclusive to a river that cuts through a valley, but also to a vein that carries vital blood or to the Milky Way that carries our planet.