P211.T45 Heath Brace

P211.T45 is a public art project predominantly fixed in the middle of Clemson University's campus. What the public sees is a miniature silo that most people probably think represents the heritage of the university. As that may be true, the silo and the tiny letter-number sequence located in the middle represents more than what the public see. Accompanied with the silo is a book found in cooper library not far from the silo. This book is titled P211.T45 just like the art displayed on campus. While attending the university students are encouraged to add to the book writing memories, doodling, and signing their name. The silo and book work parallel to each other because one tells the history of the school while the other continues the history as students continue to add to it.

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