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Excerpt from “Remembrance, Faith & Fancy” by Glory-June Greiff, p 48:
“Somos Unos was left behind when the Disciples of Christ vacated its headquarters in Irvington on the east side of Indianapolis. At first glance the piece appears to be a completely abstract design of corrosive steel. After further inspection, however, the viewer realizes it is an expression of the cross and a globe. Installed in 1981, no doubt it speaks to the fact that the structure it stands beside was once the
Medium type: Metal
Date created: 1981
Dimensions: 14' x 8'8" x 8'8" (base 2'3" x 9'4" x 9'4")
222 S Downey Ave, Indianapolis, IN, 46219
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