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This public artwork is comprised of multiple sections of brushed stainless steel that are welded and bolted together. Resting atop four extended legs is a baby’s high chair. This high chair cradles the midsection of a cross. At the head of the cross are two bronze objects: a baby and a cast of the “Webster’s New Collegiate Dictionary.” The sculpture is signed “DLC” at the bottom spine of the dictionary. The sculpture is bolted to a rectilinear concrete pad. A signpost in front of
Date created: 2005
815 West Michigan Street, Indianapolis, IN, 46202
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