|This is an article in the Vanderbilt Hustler about the Chi Omega sorority from Vanderbilt University donating a kinetic sculpture by Bruce Gray to the new Student Life Center building. See this mobile sculpture at the University here.|
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The Chi Omega sorority has donated a piece of artwork by Los Angeles based sculptor Bruce Gray to Vanderbilt's new Student Life Center, which had its grand opening this past week.
The name of the sculpture is "Mobile Alabama" and is described by the artist as a "hanging kinetic art mobile" constructed in painted steel and influenced by the great sculptor Alexander Calder. Gray specializes in contemporary and abstract modern metal and wood sculptures, and his work is included in more than 1100 private and corporate art collections worldwide, as well as being featured in many movies, television shows, music videos and commercials. "We believe the sculpture compliments the modern feeling of the building, and it provides a great visual from all angles," said Morgan.
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