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'''Construction #105''' (colloquially, infinity symbol) is a [[sculpture]] on the academic side of the [[RIT]] campus. It sits in the center of the [[Infinity Quad]] and marks the end of the [[Quarter Mile]].
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'''Construction #105''' (colloquially, infinity symbol) is a [[sculpture]] resembling a mobius strip on the academic side of the [[RIT]] campus . It sits in the center of the [[Infinity Quad]] and marks the end of the [[Quarter Mile]]. It is called the "Infinity Symbol" because, at certain angles during its rotation, it makes a near-perfect sideways infinity symbol.
  
 
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Revision as of 15:09, 15 May 2010

Construction #105
Artist Jose de Rivera
Year 1968
Type Sculpture
Dimensions 19 ft x 8 ft x 2 1/2 ft
Location Infinity Quad

Construction #105 (colloquially, infinity symbol) is a sculpture resembling a mobius strip on the academic side of the RIT campus . It sits in the center of the Infinity Quad and marks the end of the Quarter Mile. It is called the "Infinity Symbol" because, at certain angles during its rotation, it makes a near-perfect sideways infinity symbol.

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