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Creative Blindness

Creative Blindness

About the Exhibition

Creative Blindness by Terry Lee Dill (b.1959, Hutchinson, KS) is an open-air rectangular structure measuring 12’ x 20’ x 15’. It is constructed of painted white steel I-beams that are bolted and welded together. A 10’-long ramp way leads pedestrians to a platform elevated 8” above ground level within the sculpture. At one end of the platform, within the I-beam structure, is a marble bench where viewers may sit. Above this bench is a large steel sphere 48” in diameter that amplifies the ambient noises of the park for sitters to hear.


Columbus Park

Brooklyn Borough Hall

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