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Art in the Library



Barbara Cooper. There are two forms, each about 25' long, that float in the center of the atrium, near the elevator banks of the library. The piece is made of layers of cherry veneer and metal. Art in State Building Project, 2013. Location: Library East Atrium, suspended.

From the "Ecotone is a place where two different habitats meet. While it has some of the characteristics of each bordering community, certain plant species not found in either appear. The influence of the two bordering communities on each other is known as the “edge effect” and it is where much wildlife activity occurs.

The library at the nexus of the university is a place where different areas of study meet, overlap, and generate new ideas and energies beyond the confines of the individual disciplines that it supports."