Pyramid III

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Object Name: 
Sculpture on Base
Pyramid III
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
Overall a) W: 104.2 cm, L: 140.2, Th: 1 cm
Not on Display
Credit Line: 
Gift of Michael and Douglas Heller
Primary Description: 
Colorless non-lead glass, yellow or orange rope; glass has been cut and polished, assembled with rope and hardware. Large square sheet of heavy glass installed to free-stand vertically at a right-angle held in place by the tension of one continuous length of rope threaded through four metal eyes fixed to ground (forming four points of a square with same dimension as glass) and passing over over glass twice before connection; when lighted, the cast shadow of a pyramid forms on an adjacent wall forms part of the sculpture; unsigned.
Heller, Douglas, Source
Heller, Micheal, Source
Czech Sculpture from the Permanent Collection
Corning Museum of Glass 1995-03-03 through 1996-09-03
Glass From Ancient Craft to Contemporary Art: 1962-1992 and Beyond
Morris Museum 1992-10-17 through 1992-11-22
Marian Karel
Heller Gallery 1991-09-06 through 1991-09-19