OOSI Sculpture

Soliloquy on the Origin of Aboriginal Abstractions

Date Unknown / Creator Unknown / Toledo

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Abstract primal forms and shapes, derived from Aboriginal cultures, for example Australia, Africa, South America, New Guinea, Central America, etc. to develop a post-modern motif that speaks to the origins of our melting pot American society/civilization. These abstract primal shapes form a dynamic entrance to the Frederick Douglas Center.

Location: Indiana & Hawley Streets

County

: Lucas

Citation

: “Soliloquy on the Origin of Aboriginal Abstractions,” Ohio Outdoor Sculpture Inventory, accessed June 24, 2018, http://oosi.sculpturecenter.org/items/show/985.

Dublin Core

Title

Soliloquy on the Origin of Aboriginal Abstractions

Description

Abstract primal forms and shapes, derived from Aboriginal cultures, for example Australia, Africa, South America, New Guinea, Central America, etc. to develop a post-modern motif that speaks to the origins of our melting pot American society/civilization. These abstract primal shapes form a dynamic entrance to the Frederick Douglas Center.

Sculpture Item Type Metadata

Location City

Location County

Location Street

Indiana & Hawley Streets

Creation Date

01/01/1976