Dimensions: 7.6 × 16 × 22 feet (2.3 × 4.9 × 6.7 meters)
Credit Line: Purchased with grants from the Longwood and Crystal Foundations, 1983
About: Electroglide is an excellent example of David Stromeyer's work from the early 1980s, and it represents the ongoing interest in large-scale, abstract geometric sculpture that developed in the early 1960s. Stromeyer began exhibiting his mature work in the late 1970s and is included in major primate, corporate, and public collections.
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