Fluid Movement

Item

Art_on_Campus_161.jpg

Title

Fluid Movement

Description

Four large bending steel structures jutting out of the ground.
The accompanying plaque next to the sculpture reads, "'Fluid Movement' captures the power and joy of human movement. Like the mirrored surface of a lake on a calm day, each element becomes like water itself, reflecting the sky and expanging the space around it in an ever-enchanting way. Situated in this rain garden (storm retention basin), Fluid Movement supports the ideas inherent to this sustainable feature. The sculptural arms also reference the nearby swimming pool which was a central feature of Old PE prior to remodling.""
Stainless steel mirror polished surface.
Oregon Percent for Art.
Located next to Old PE and the Peter Courtney Health and Wellness Center.
Digital .jpg (300 dpi, pixel dimensions- width: 1500, height:1000)

Creator

Anholt, Jill

Date

2011

Rights

http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/CNE/1.0/
Copyright Not Evaluated: As of 05/28/2020, the copyright for this item has not been investigated by Hamersly Library.

Type

Image; StillImage

Coverage

United States--Oregon--Polk County--Monmouth

Collection

Citation

Anholt, Jill , “Fluid Movement
,” Omeka @ WOU, accessed September 16, 2021, https://omeka.wou.edu/document/1604.