This installation consists of 15 individual sculptures in the form of ants situated in the sunken garden at the front of Taylor Hall. The ants are in procession from the middle point of the garden towards the west wall. The sculptures are made from bent rebar and bent sheets of steel. Each has a central horizontal rod that has curved elements for the head and tail attached at either end. The thorax is also made from a piece of curved steel that is braced with a metal rod and a fin on the
Date created: 1998
Taylor Hall, 815 West Michigan Street, Indianapolis, IN, 46202
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