Anthony Howe

Di-Octo II, 2017

Medium: Stainless steel (Fabricated by Show Canada)
Dimensions: 25 feet
Patron: Susan and Jonathan Wener

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About the Artwork

Di-Octo II was donated in honour of the 375th anniversary of Montreal and 150th anniversary of Canada. The kinetic work assumes a linear elegance when still, then transitions to raucous animation when the wind picks up – altering one’s experience of time and space. 

About the Artist

Anthony Howe is an American kinetic artist who creates wind-driven sculptures. He designed the cauldron and accompanying sculpture for the 2016 Summer Olympics. 

Artwork Location

Campus: Sir George Williams (Quartier Concordia)
Location: Outside, Henry F. Hall Building
Address: 1455 De Maisonneuve Blvd. West

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