Volusia Gaia

Volusia Gaia

   

Fullerton’s Volusia Gaia (pronounced guy-a) is named for the Greek goddess of Earth and represents the natural order, in which everything is connected and interdependent. The sculpture has 10 aluminum rings which are connected and spin into  nearly endless configurations.

Volusia Gaia can be seen at the Thomas C. Kelly Administration Center

Medium type: Aluminum

Dimensions: 18 ft

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