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Artist: Larry Mohr (1921 - 2013) Primary
Date: 1984
20th Century
Object Type: Sculpture
Creation Place: North America, United States
Medium and Support: Cor-Ten steel
Credit Line: Gift of the artist
Accession Number: CAC2018.01.02
On View: Between Gonzaga and Canisius Halls

Like the sculpture VEE-I behind Gonzaga Hall, this sculpture is formed of interlocking beams of Cor-Ten steel. It was gifted to the university by American sculptor Larry Mohr in 1984 in honor of his childhood friend and former Fairfield University academic vice president, Fr. Christopher F. Mooney. Due to its shape and yellow color, this sculpture has enjoyed the nickname “French Fries” among the Fairfield student body.

For more information about this piece, as well as the other sculpture that you can find around the Fairfield University campus, see ourOutdoor Sculpture Audio Guide on Cuseum here.


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