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Framed against the sky with the lake in the distance, a new sculpture just north of Promontory Point appears to explode into a vortex of metallic animals bound together by wire. Large enough to walk under or around, the sculpture’s limbs take on different forms from every perspective. 

Nancy Rubins, an American sculpture and installation artist known for reusing everyday objects, spoke with the Herald about this sculpture, named “Agrifolia Majoris.” The sculpture’s new home at the Point is part of a partnership program between the Chicago Park District and EXPO Chicago, the city’s premier annual international modern art exhibition. 

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