Ex-Static

Maria Artemis

Maria Artemis, 1996
Sculpture
Aluminum, steel, paint
City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs

The piece is fabricated from aircraft elements donated by Lockheed Martin Aeronautical Systems and was intentionally built within an urban landscape to ease pedestrian direction and circulation by acting as a link between the Civic Center Marta Station and the Civic Center. The title of the work originates from a stencil found on one of the engine pylons, which read, "Ex-Static Test Program." The art also features a sign from the Science & Technology Museum of Atlanta (SciTrek), which closed in 2004.
Address
450 W Peachtree St. NW
ATLANTA, GA 30308
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Sculpture
Aluminum, steel, paint
City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs

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