Newest art installation at Penn State ‘investigates what movement can be’

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By Sarah Rafacz

It was a cold, blustery afternoon on Tuesday as Philip Rickey and team began assembling one of his father’s kinetic sculptures in the plaza in front of the Palmer Museum of Art on Penn State’s campus.

It’s the first time a George Rickey work has been presented by the Palmer, according to Director Erin Coe.

The sculpture, “Breaking Column III,” is more than 25 feet tall and made of stainless steel. On loan from a private collection, it will be on view at the Palmer through November 2019. (Click here to read more from the Centre Daily Times)

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