I’m just back from a great weekend in Houston where our younger son was taking part in the Houston Underground Saxophone Competition (more of which later this week). The venue for the competition was the Moores School of Music at the University of Houston and, while there, we spent some time walking around the campus enjoying the large number of sculptures that are to be found there.
My undoubted favorite was “Double Physichromie” by Carlos Cruz-Diez, a geometric arrangement of different coloured triangular vanes on a curved panel which yielded amazing colour- and shape-changing effects as you walked past it. Here’s a small section which doesn’t do it justice at all.
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