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Thinking Globally in Human Scale

Central Connecticut State University, Social Sciences Hall, New Britain, CT

Glass and stainless steel wire

15’ x 6’ x 16’

Public Art commissioned by State of Connecticut

The artwork fills the two story open space with thousands of sparkling glass beads.  In the midst of this transparent spherical glass atmosphere, a group of tinted blue beads form a six-foot sphere representing the globe.

When viewed from one side of the installation, the outline of a human figure appears as a negative space.  Depicting the long history of mankind inhabiting earth, the human form passes through both the clear sparkly atmosphere and the floating blue globe.