Indiana University Research & Creative Activity

25th Anniversary

Volume XXV Number 1
Fall 2002

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Eric Nordgulen

A sculptor who often imitates forms of nature in his large-scale works, Nordgulen thinks of his art as a tool to generate questions. These questions are "about self-awareness and our understanding of the world as we know it to be," says the associate professor of foundation studies. "The perception of sculpture is a physical experience that can become a catalyst for new thoughts and ideas."

Sky Tent

Sky Tent, 1996, permanent collection of Indianapolis Museum of Art
Aluminum and fabric
14 ft. x 38 ft. x 26 ft.

Viewfinders

Viewfinders, 1996
Aluminum, glass, fresnel lenses Each figure 12 ft. x 3 ft. x 2 ft.

Antenna Man

Antenna Man (detail), 1999
Aluminum
21 ft. x 3 ft. x 3 ft.