Visitors will have trouble tearing their eyes away from the newest art installation to grace Brooklyn Bridge Park in New York City. As designboom reports, the waters of Anish Kapoor’s "Descension" appear to swirl forever into a bottomless vortex.

The whirlpool was commissioned by Public Art Fund in celebration of the nonprofit’s 40th anniversary. British artist Kapoor presented his concept at India’s Kochi-Muziris Biennale, Galleria Continua in San Gimignanom, and a solo show at Versailles before bringing it to Brooklyn. Public Art Fund describes the installation as “the result of intensive research into material and process, exploring the potential of water to behave in surprising ways. The continuous swirling motion of this 26-foot-diameter liquid mass converges in a central vortex, as if rushing water is being sucked into the earth’s depths.”

Parkgoers have until September 10 to stare into the whirlpool in person.

Anish Kapoor Descension, 2014 Brooklyn Bridge Park, New York, 2017Anish Kapoor Descension, 2014 Brooklyn Bridge Park, New York, 2017

Anish Kapoor Descension, 2014 Brooklyn Bridge Park, New York, 2017Anish Kapoor Descension, 2014 Brooklyn Bridge Park, New York, 2017

[h/t designboom]