ARTISTS

JOHN ADDUCI

TITLE: My Pi

LOCATION: North Avenue and Orchard

SIZE: 12’ x 9’ x 7’

MATERIALS: Aluminum

SPONSOR: General Iron

Adduci’s art has been widely exhibited across North America yet he has remained in residence at Old Town’s Sedwick Studios for over 30 years. He has works on public display at The Chicago Children’s Museum, The Museum of Public Art in Denver, the SAS Institute in Cary, NC, and Gallery in the Park in Altona, Manitoba, Canada.

Adduci’s pieces are fluid fabrications of aluminum, bronze and steal. In this piece he takes the versatile symbol π and urges the viewer to think deeper and differently about this familiar shape. The Greek letter’s significances range from uses fraternal to mathematical. Adduci’s “My Pi” attempts to broaden the symbol’s interpretations even further.

YEARS EXHIBITED: 2011, 2010, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005

My Pi

Above photo shows selected year in exhibit
(Thumbnails show other years)