Olas de Viento or "Wind Waves" sits overlooking the beach in Richmond's Garry Point Park. Artist Yvonne Domenge was chosen by the Director of the Museum of Modern Art, Mexico City to represent Mexico and created the piece specifically for the Vancouver Biennale and a beach promontory. Its nametag in the park describes the painted bronze piece: "This intense red circular form of rhythmic and undulating curves and movement is reflective of the ocean's waves within a contained form." It is sculpture number 26 in the Vancouver Biennale which runs 2009 - 2011 showcasing sculpture from around the world. Nine pieces can be viewed in Richmond.