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  • Title

    Denver Convergence

  • Artist

    Ralph Helmick

  • Location

    Lindsey-Flanigan Courthouse

  • Neighborhood

    Civic Center

  • Year

    2010

  • Artwork Type

    Public Sculpture

  • Material

    steel

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About This Piece

Convergence is a diaphanous funnel-shaped steel sculpture composed of 1,344 laser-cut human profiles.  There are twelve jurors on a typical jury, and the silhouettes are multiples of twelve Denver citizens representing a variety of ages and ethnicities.  Viewed from the ground floor entry looking up, one is immersed in an optical vortex as the ascending silhouettes converge and overlap.