Jaume Plensa is a Spanish artist who designed and created a 12 meter tall sculpture called 'Awilda', at the sea shore of Botafogo beach in Rio de Janeiro. The sculpture depicts the head and face of a girl with eyes closed, connoting the importance of people to dream. It's made from resin and marble dust and took two months to complete. This sculpture is created as a part of OIR (Other Ideas for Rio) art exhibition that will be taking place. Artists from various parts of the world will occupy public areas in Rio to showcase their work.