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<strong>"Lifter" by Pete Beeman</strong><br /><br /> Really an interactive exhibit, when the crank at the bottom of the new 28-foot-tall powder-coated stainless steel sculpture gets turned, the steel-plated tubes at the top rise and fall together, creatin

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Photographed by Pete Beeman
Originally appeared in Hot Houses
on September 27, 2011
&lt;strong&gt;&quot;Lifter&quot; by Pete Beeman&lt;/strong&gt;&lt;br /&gt;&lt;br /&gt;
Really an interactive exhibit, when the crank at the bottom of the new 28-foot-tall powder-coated stainless steel sculpture gets turned, the steel-plated tubes at the top rise and fall together, creatin
"Lifter" by Pete Beeman Really an interactive exhibit, when the crank at the bottom of the new 28-foot-tall powder-coated stainless steel sculpture gets turned, the steel-plated tubes at the top rise and fall together, creating different imagery for visitors to Fire Station 37. The arms move slowly, fanning out as they reach for the sky. Photo by Pete Beeman

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