Rico Eastman, 2002
This Corten Steel sculpture is located in the area east of Visual Arts Center Building E. It has been a long-term loan from the artist since 2006.
The spiral structure of the nautilus shell is said to display perfect mathematical proportion. Geometric forms often symbolize order and harmony rather than chaos. The multiple sections of this nautilus are made of interlocking, curved sheets of steel. The rigid steel is shaped through tension and held together by joins
Medium type: Cor-Ten Steel
Date created: 2002
Dimensions: 96" x 144" x 96"