Life

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H2NCH2CH2OH or rather C2H7NO aka 2-Aminoethanol or Monoethanolamine (ETA, MEA).

“Chain of Life” created by John Robinson, conceptualized by Prof. R.J.P.Williams (Wadham College, Oxford). Materials: Steel and chrome, 1996.

  • black: Carbon
  • green: Nitrogen
  • blue: Oxygen
  • chrome: Hydrogen

Science

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This is Science, Art’s sister. She is more serious and not much of an aesthete, but she’s great with numbers and facts.

Created by: Bela Lyon Pratt, year: 1911, location: Boston Public Library, materials: bronze and granite, characteristic: sphere.

Art

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This is Art, she was created by Bela Lyon Pratt in 1911 and sits in front of the Boston Public Library.

Materials: bronze and granite, characteristics: paintbrush and palette.

Skydancer

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Another masterpiece by Pablo Eduardo: Las Furias, a homage to the transformational power of music. The sculptor worked with steel and wood and lifted his creations, the weeping furies from the myth of Orpheus & Eurydice, up in the sky. By adding bells to each pillar, he created an auditory experience as well.