582 Aluminum Pieces And 10,082 Rivets Have Been Used To Create This New Sculpture In Rhode Island

Marc Fornes / THEVERYMANY have recently completed their latest sculptural design HYPARBOLE, that sits at the entrance to Rhode Island College’s Fine Arts Center. #ModernArt #ModernSculpture #Sculpture #PublicArt

 

MARC FORNES/THEVERYMANY have recently completed their latest sculptural design HYPARBOLE, that sits at the entrance to Rhode Island College’s Fine Arts Center in Providence.

 

The collection of green curves that make up the sculpture, entice visitors to the college to wander into the sculpture that has a height of 22 feet.

Marc Fornes / THEVERYMANY have recently completed their latest sculptural design HYPARBOLE, that sits at the entrance to Rhode Island College’s Fine Arts Center. #ModernArt #ModernSculpture #Sculpture #PublicArt


The curvature of the 3,037 square foot sculpture was created by overlapping aluminum elements that work together as a unified structural system.

The aluminum structure, which is made from 582 pieces and is held together with 10,082 rivets, has been designed with cut-outs to allow the light to pass through.


Marc Fornes / THEVERYMANY have recently completed their latest sculptural design HYPARBOLE, that sits at the entrance to Rhode Island College’s Fine Arts Center. #ModernArt #ModernSculpture #Sculpture #PublicArt


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