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Untitled by Unknown Artists

By Unknown Artists (3-D Design Students)
Category: Sculpture

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This untitled sculpture is the result of a design problem that was assigned to students in a 3-D Design class to create a kiosk for the distribution of campus information. They designed the multi-panel piece and got help from a concrete company to build the main structure. A series of inserts that they designed for the posting of fliers and calendars were never produced, rending the work ineffective as a kiosk, but rather pleasant as a work of art.

Dimensions: 8′ x 16′ x 6’6″
Year Completed: 1980s
Material: Cast concrete
Owner: Maryville University
Donor: Gift of the artists


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