ART AND THE CAMPUS
PHOTOS BY DAN SEARS ’ 74
1“The Active Genome” — Sixty-five-foot-tall steel and bronze sculpture representing the central
DNA molecule. Lobby staircase, viewable from four
separate landings, Bioinformatics Building.
2Gargoyles and Stephen
Langton — Part
of the appreciation
is where they’ve
been — rescued
in 1933 when
Big Ben and
side of Person
3Belk Track Statues — Three bronze athletes in motion. Turn two, Belk Track, Fetzer Field.
5“Evolution” — Spectacular stairwell light fixture, Graham Student Union.
4“Carolina Alumni Memorial in Memory of Those Lost in Military Service” — Some
people turn away from military memorials; protests of
this one were expected. Never happened. Reverent,
tasteful, thought-provoking. Front of Memorial Hall.
6“The Gift” — Native
symbols in brick
that mimics bead
patterns, off the
of the Pit. Can be
at ground level.
Go up in one
of two Graham