ARTISTS

FISHER STOLZ

TITLE: “Discovery”

LOCATION: 3400 N. Elaine Place

SIZE: 12’ x 3’ x 3’

MATERIALS: Stainless Steel

SPONSOR: Chicago Apartment Finders

Fisher Stolz uses metaphors from science to celebrate the idea of learning though focused searching. Learning is an important part of how we grow and evolve. To be able to learn through art is a unique experience and a new way to engage the viewer.

This stainless steel sculpture, “Discovery,” contains a left-handed double helix form that represents a rare type of DNA. Discovery also uses the visual depiction of an atom supported by a cone. The cone begins at a condensed point at the base of the sculpture and spreads through the area between the loose grouping that composes the center sphere and orbits of the electron pathways. This is a reference to particle collisions studied in large scale accelerators.

YEARS EXHIBITED: 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013
“Discovery” by FISHER STOLZ

Above photo shows selected year in exhibit
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