Temple VI is an abstract steel sculpture consisting of a four-footed base that rises to a central, rectangular raised platform that supports the upper portion of the sculpture. The main body of Temple VI is similar to a vertical I-beam with extra pieces welded onto the body. Some of these additions are crossing, semi-circular pieces; others are dagger-like pieces that hang from a higher level; still others are square blocks that were added. At the top of the sculpture lies a circular level
Date created: 1996
Lecture Hall, 325 University Boulevard, Indianapolis, IN, 46202
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