An abstract view of the sculpture, Tractricious, located in the outdoor grounds of Fermi Lab. Tractricious, designed by Wilson and Tom Nicol and constructed by members of the Technical Support Section, Louis Ramirez, John Konc, and Kerry Ewald, stands in front of the Industrial Complex. The structure is comprised of 16 stainless steel outer tubes, made from scrap cryostat tubes from Tevatron magnets, and 16 inner pipes from old well casings. Each tube is free standing and designed to withstand winds up to 80 mph. Tractricious was erected in June, 1988.
This item comes printed on a high quality photo paper or canvas depending on your choice. Optionally, you can choose to mount the print on black gatorboard which comes with wood blocking strips in the back. The top strip has a keyhole routed in the middle. This option will make the item ready to hang.
Each item is signed by the artist and the piece comes with a letter of authenticity.