is long, art short -
In contrast to much of the landscaping going on around campus
these days (see "Chicago Journal," page 13), spring's
most eye-catching project was, from the beginning, only temporary.
Appearing on the morning of June 5, just above the tree line of
the main quadrangle, was a set of "sculpted panels of illuminated
white spandex." The press-release phrase may not have been
particularly felicitous but the effect of the sculpture-recalling
flocks of airborne mushroom caps or peaked pavilions or preternaturally
white sheets hung out to dry-was felicitous indeed.
The Sound of
Music - by Jessica Abel, AB'91 [
the academic pale
self in group work
proliferation of poets