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Artist Nathan Pierce created this bright red sculpture in 2014. Made of epoxy-coated steel, the sculpture represents an abstracted communications satellite and, as such, is about communication and connectivity. The artist states, “Please imagine this sculpture as the answer to connecting with those who are far away from us, both mentally and physically. Being able to understand one another helps us build a stronger scene of community and place.”
It was installed on April 15, 2019 as part of the
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