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Award Winning, 2006 - - Connector

Location: Costa Mesa
Award Winning, 2006 - - Connector


“Connector,” a 66-foot-tall sculpture, is the centerpiece of the Orange County Performing Arts Center’s pedestrian plaza. Serra’s 360-ton steel artwork, personally commissioned by center founding chairman Henry Segerstrom, took shape in three quick days. It curves, torques and arches upward. Set on a pentagonal ground plan, the burnt sienna sculpture starts with a base 20 feet in diameter, then narrows to a 4-foot opening at its peak. Visitors can experience a unique perspective by walking

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Date created: 2006

Dimensions: 66-foot-tall


600 Town Center Dr., Costa Mesa, CA, 92626