The monumental sculpture Clock Knot by Mark di Suvero exemplifies the power of public art to transform the university’s landscape. Its installation coincided with the opening of the exhibition Reimagining Space: The Park Place Gallery Group in 1960s New York at the Blanton Museum of Art from 28 September – 18 January 2009.
The installation was initially made possible with a generous contribution from the College of Fine Arts and a loan from the artist and Paula Cooper Gallery. The acquisition of the sculpture was funded by the School of Engineering’s capital improvement project in 2013.
Landmarks would like to thank:
Andrée Bober and Landmarks Pat Clubb and University Operations Douglas Dempster and the College of Fine Arts Landmarks Advisory Committee William Powers and the Office of the President David Rea and the Office of Campus Planning Ben Streetman, Gregory Fenves, and the Cockrell School of Engineering Bill Throop and Project Management and Construction Services Samuel Wilson and the Faculty Building Advisory Committee
Andrée Bober, curator and director, Landmarks Mark di Suvero and Spacetime Constructs Cliff Koeninger, architect Roy Lee, rigging Lowell McKegney, chief installer Ricardo Puemape, Project Management and Construction Services Nicole Vlado, project manager, Landmarks
Kurt Heinzelman, poet Linda Dalyrmple Henderson, curatorial contributor Ivana Mestrovich, Spacetime Constructs Beth Palazzolo, administrative coordination, University Operations Paula Cooper Gallery