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WALTER DE MARIA | THE 2000 SCULPTURE

WALTER DE MARIA | THE 2000 SCULPTURE

"String Web" woven sculpture by Machiko Agano by Dominic's pics, via Flickr

"String Web" woven sculpture by Machiko Agano by Dominic's pics, via Flickr

Light Pyramid Sculpture | ClaviOn Unlimited - Fine Art by Chris Clavio

Light Pyramid Sculpture | ClaviOn Unlimited - Fine Art by Chris Clavio

East–West/ West–East

East–West/ West–East

On visitor in front of François Morellet sculpture

On visitor in front of François Morellet sculpture

For the Learning Innovation Center at Oregon State University  Constructive Interference is a sculpture designed to engage members of the Oregon State University community in active learning, by presenting a mystery to their senses: a static object that appears, impossibly, to be moving.  The sculpture is a metaphor for how we exchange knowledge, how synthesis of apparently different fields widens our perspective, and how investigation deepens our understanding of the reality in which we ...

For the Learning Innovation Center at Oregon State University Constructive Interference is a sculpture designed to engage members of the Oregon State University community in active learning, by presenting a mystery to their senses: a static object that appears, impossibly, to be moving. The sculpture is a metaphor for how we exchange knowledge, how synthesis of apparently different fields widens our perspective, and how investigation deepens our understanding of the reality in which we ...

Salt installation

Salt installation

Walter De María, del minimalismo al land art

"The 2000 Sculpture" 1992 Walter De Maria.

Alfio Garozzo, Cretto di Burri or Burri’s Crevice is what remains of the seventeenth-century town of Gibellina in western Sicily's Trapani region, that following a massive earthquake was razed to the ground. Its giant slabs of concrete follow the paths of the town’s streets and alleys, and when it was created by artist Alberto Burri it was the largest piece of outdoor sculpture in the world.

Alfio Garozzo, Cretto di Burri or Burri’s Crevice is what remains of the seventeenth-century town of Gibellina in western Sicily's Trapani region, that following a massive earthquake was razed to the ground. Its giant slabs of concrete follow the paths of the town’s streets and alleys, and when it was created by artist Alberto Burri it was the largest piece of outdoor sculpture in the world.

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