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The sculpture Breath, by Creative Renewal Arts Fellow Greg Hull, consists of eleven kinetic elements suspended within the atrium of the parking structure of the new Indianapolis Airport. The presentation discusses aspects of integrating sculptural form within public/architectural spaces as well as the work’s relationship with the audience and the use of movement as a component of a visual vocabulary.
The creative process is described through the conception and execution of the art work.
Date created: 2008
7800 Col. H. Weir Cook Memorial Drive, Indianapolis, IN, 46241
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