Indiana University Research & Creative Activity

25th Anniversary

Volume XXV Number 1
Fall 2002

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Gregory Hull

An assistant professor of sculpture, Hull says his sculptural objects and installations are meant to start a conversation with the viewer. To establish a common point of reference, he says, "I look for things in nature, my own history, and contemporary culture." For Hull, familiar objects such as umbrellas and bridges possess a "degree of universal wonder" that can act as a "threshold to communication."

Undertow

Undertow, 2002
Steel, electric motors, umbrellas
6 ft. x 30 ft. x 20 ft.

Amelia's Gate

Amelia's Gate, 1998
Permanent sculptural memorial to Amelia Earhart, Atchison, Kansas
Fiber optic cable, xenon beacons, aluminum, stainless steel
10,000 ft. x 1,400 ft. x 40 ft.

Breath

Breath, 1998
Prototype for installation
Steel, motor, umbrella
60 in. x 42 in. x 42 in.