by Rachel Taylor
GULL LIFE EDITOR
Tucked in the courtyard between Fulton Hall and St. Martins Hall stands Joachim Gawryolek’s latest sculpture, Metaxy.
The piece, which resembles two houses standing on a concrete pillar, represent Plato’s theory of Metaxy.
“The whole piece is really about me being polish,” Gawryolek said. ”I was born in Poland and living here in the states now and it’s comparing the two states. It’s called Metaxy, which Plato talks about and he explains it as a state in-between two things, kind of oscillating from one place to another so it’s like me shifting from being polish and American at the same time.”