The Parents’ Association Visual Arts Committee and Art and Design Department are pleased to announce the first outdoor sculpture installation on campus. Five brightly colored and wind-activated kinetic sculptures by Drew Klotz are on display in different locations around campus until mid-June. Klotz combines elements of physics, engineering, geometry, and design when creating his sculptures.
Klotz, who resides in Weston, studied at Cooper Union and has been creating kinetic sculpture for over 30 years. He started his career working at a toy company and making props for TV shows such as Pee-Wee’s Playhouse. He has exhibited at museums, universities, and public parks throughout the world.