A Copy of Something Huge is Still a Copy Under Copyright Law

The 1976 Copyright Act protects sculptures as copyrightable works.  17 USC §102(a)(5).  The Copyright Act also authorizes the court to order the destruction or other reasonable disposition of all infringing copies. §503(b).  What happens when the copyrighted work is a sculpture and multiple infringing copies have been made?  Can the court order the removal of the infringing copies from their current locations?

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