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Summaries of Arithmetic Through Dust, Including Writing Not Yet Printed

Ann Arbor, MI

Alice Aycock
1992; Steel, Aluminum; Sculpture
North Campus; South side of H.H. Dow Building

Gift of Engineering Class of 1933. Aycock described her piece: “The elements are taken from various 2- and 3-dimensional scientific diagrams which attempt to explain various aspects of the universe, for example, the scattering of particles, models of spiral galaxies, the curvatures of space. . . . These forms are pervasive in the art and culture of many societies both past and present.”