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The sculpture’s embracing shape has a strong visual impact, while the surface has a detail level that is powerfully tactile and can be explored by touch. The sculpture curves along the walkway directly opposite the front of the building’s south entrance and reflects the façade’s larger curve. The placement of the piece does not compete with the architecture but rather compliments it, creating a new sense of space between the stone and the building’s entry.
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Medium type: Marble
Date created: 1999
Dimensions: 1' to 6' x 72' x 3'
250 N 1950 W Ste B, Salt Lake City, UT, 84116