This sculpture by Carel Kneulman (1915-2008) consists of several dark, interconnected and roughly hewn shapes, including a fossilised bird and perhaps the outline of a reclining human figure. Kneulman is considered one of the great sculptural innovators after 1945. His most famous work is Het Lieverdje from 1959, which was made famous by the Provo counterculture protests on Amsterdam’s Spui square in the 1960s. The statue was relocated to the lawn on the west side of the campus, along the bus lane.
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