- Creation Date
Fleischner's La Jolla Project, completed in 1984 and the third work in the Stuart Collection, is located on the Revelle College lawn south of Galbraith Hall. Seventy-one blocks of pink and gray granite are arranged in configurations that refer to architectural vocabulary: posts, lintels, columns, arches, windows, doorways, and thresholds. Like players on a field or game pieces (Fleischner made a series of small gamelike sculptures in the late sixties), these elements transform an ordinary, nearly flat lawn into a space with allusions ranging from an ancient ruin to the contemporary construction site. Fleischner's work is always determined by the topography of a site, its spatial relationships, and the distinctive ways people move through and around it. What is most important for him is to interpret and essentialize a place by using minimal means to delineate natural lines and boundaries, while establishing an interplay of horizontal and vertical elements. There is no single way to experience La Jolla Project - it generates a complex set of spatial and historical relationships which invigorate and give meaning to the formerly undefined area it occupies. From: http://stuartcollection.ucsd.edu/artists/fleischner.shtml
- Physical Description
lawns (landscaped grass); pink granite; granite (rock); site approximately 2 acres
- Corporate Name
The La Jolla Project is more commonly known on campus as "Stonehenge." It is a popular place for students to go to talk or study.
Revelle College: University of California, San Diego; La Jolla, California, United States
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