TV Man or Five Piece Cube with Strange Hole

Summary

TV Man or Five Piece Cube with Strange Hole
TV Man or Five Piece Cube with Strange Hole by David Bakalar.jpg
The sculpture in 2019
ArtistDavid Bakalar
Year1993 (1993)
MediumGranite sculpture
Dimensions210 cm × 140 cm × 270 cm (82 in × 57 in × 105 in)
LocationCambridge, Massachusetts, US
Coordinates42°21′32″N 71°05′21″W / 42.358885°N 71.089064°W / 42.358885; -71.089064Coordinates: 42°21′32″N 71°05′21″W / 42.358885°N 71.089064°W / 42.358885; -71.089064
OwnerMIT List Visual Arts Center

TV Man or Five Piece Cube with Strange Hole is a 1993 mountain rose colored granite and steel sculpture by David Bakalar, installed on the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) campus, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States. The five abstract, organic elements of the sculpture reflect the influences of Constructivism and Surrealism on the artist's style. The geometric forms use negative space to help compose an anthropomorphic ensemble.[1]

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References

  1. ^ "TV Man or Five-Piece Cube with Strange Hole". MIT List Visual Arts Center. 10 April 2014. Retrieved 2020-01-26.