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Astrolabe
Materials: Stainless steel, mirror, aluminum, concrete
Year Completed: 2014
Dimensions: 10’ x 12’ x 12’
Description: Awarded by Texas Tech University Astrolabe is based on the form of a primitive navigational device harkening back to the beginning of science around 200 BC. This is a metaphoric structure and a platform for questioning.