Black Sun is a 1969 sculpture by Isamu Noguchi located in Seattle, Washington's Volunteer Park. The statue is situated on the eastern edge of the park's man-made reservoir, across from the Seattle Asian Art Museum. The view from the sculpture includes the Space Needle, Olympic Mountains, and Elliott Bay.
The Seattle Times said the sculpture the inspiration for Soundgarden's 1993 single "Black Hole Sun".
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Coordinates: 47°37′47.82″N 122°18′54.71″W / 47.6299500°N 122.3151972°W