“A new Clark Richert sculpture, “Quadrivium,” aims to light up Denver with hope.
The fourteen-foot aluminum triacontahedron structure with thirty rhombi has been installed at 127 East 20th Avenue, across from Saint Andrew’s Episcopal Church and at the southernmost point of the Welton Corridor in Five Points, on the property of Bella Vista Mexican restaurant. The piece is currently covered with a tarp and will be unveiled at an Independence Eve celebration starting at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, July 3.
Amy Harmon, a real estate broker and the mastermind behind the project’s installation, hopes the sculpture will unite the Five Points community and create a space for discussions about neighborhood connectivity.”
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Salzman, Nell. Westword 30 June 2020.