This post definitely belongs in the weird category. The Lady appears to be a forgotten art installation bizarrely placed in the old industrial area of Jeffersonville, Indiana near the Kitchen Kompact factory on Dutch Lane. The installation sits a bit far back off the road just out of immediate eye sight. It is comprised of two main pieces: the woman and the old scale that sits behind her. From what I gather the piece is not a depiction of any particular woman, but just woman in general. The area appears to be mowed on a semi-regular basis, but other than that it doesn't appear much maintenance has been invested in the pieces.
This unique looking building sits right across from The Lady. I've never noticed much activity in the building, so it may no longer be functional. It looks to me to either be a power station, or perhaps the building that generates the steam that heats the Census Bureau buildings during the cold months. There are signs on the doors that say that it is property of the U.S. government.