in the Public Realm
Bioscaffold I, II and III

Cheryl Safren
Utah Public Art Program
  • Installed, 2010
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Although inspired by and derived from the essence of the programs and research housed in this large building, this art does more than find an attractive way to compliment the science that goes on within its walls. Its not just art about science but art created by science. Rooted in experimentation, this imagery is created by harnessing chemistry. Kennecott, the largest open pit copper mine in the world, is just minutes away in Copperton; and mining of metals, has been an important part of life i...
Courtesy of the Utah Public Art Program
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James L. Sorenson Molecular Biotechnology Building at the University of Utah
36 South Wasatch
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
United States

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