Art and Design | Sculpture
Synergy is the collaborative sculpture built by the Introduction to Studio class at Linfield College during the 2015 January term over a period of 8 days. On April 24, 2015, the sculpture was burned to the ground in the field west of Miller Fine Arts. The Introduction to Studio class included Megan Anderson, Austin Bebee, Robert Beezer, Irene Cantu, Lauren Cobb, Anna Hurwitz, J.B. Lange, Kiara Liston, April Meads, Dani Nurmi, Pati Roberts, Madi Rountree, and Stacy Stovink.
The creation of a whole, that is greater than the simple sum of its parts. The root meaning comes from the Greek word, synergos, which means "working together." Synergy, an abstract concept that refers to a result that arises from interacting processes.
Maybee, Julie C., "Synergy Collaborative Burn Sculpture 23" (2015). Introduction to Studio Collaborative Sculptures. Image. Submission 125.