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The Nets of Solomon
1982 - steel, cement, marble

A sloping field inside the park is the site for this artwork, which is composed of five elements: astrolabe, horizon, ramp, cosmic electricity, and philosopher's stone. These were created in homage to Tuscany's men of genius; in particular, Galileo and Da Vinci. In spite of their imposing nature, these five elements do not obstruct the view of the space; rather, their transparency contributes to the understanding of the surrounding landscape. The installation enhances the environment by framing the bamboo forest below, as well as the hill opposite the work, which is richly forested with the area's most predominant vegetation.

Alice Aycock

Alice Aycock was born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania in 1946. She lives and works in New York City.

Among her many permanent installations we recall here: Storm King Art Center, Mountainville, NY; Western Washington University, Bellingham, Washington; Laumeier Sculpture Park, St. Louis, Missouri; San Francisco Public Library; Sacramento Convention Center, Sacramento; East River Park Pavilion at 60th St., New York City; Terminal One, J.F.Kennedy Airport, New York; Fallon Building, Baltimora; Philadelphia International Airport, Pennsylvania; Dulles International Airport, Washington DC (2010); University of Tennessee, Knoxville TN (2009); Western Connecticut State University, Danbury CT; Weber State University, Ogden UT (2009).

Nel 2005 Aycock ha vinto il concorso "East Bank Greenway Project" indetto dalla Nashville Civic Design Center.

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