1995

This centennial sculpture celebrates Utah’s 100 years of statehood. Taken into BYU’s permanent collection, the Seer greets museum visitors as they walk through the doors of the museum onto the main floor. Seer was designed by the artist Brower Hatcher and was commissioned by the museum through a generous donation from an anonymous donor. The 22-foot-high sculpture contains main objects that tell about Utah and its people. The objects relate to the common culture of Utah. They are contained in the 12-sided (dodecahedron) web of interlocking steel rods that rise from the red slick rock base.

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