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Three Squares Gyratory

Three Squares Gyratory

This odd-looking piece of art sits in the West Quadrangle of the Main Building, just next to the northern side of the Chapel. The interesting fact about this contraption is that the three metal slabs rotate and move in the breeze, with the sun glinting off the stainless steel slabs on a sunny day. The plaque at the foot of the sculpture reads George Rickey, Three Squares Gyratory, 1972.

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