I always feel a little weird about taking a photo of a piece of art and then post processing it into my vision. Almost feels a little like I am stealing, you know? But, I do have good intentions...this is what I saw when I was there...kinda ;)
"Mark di Suvero is one of the most lauded and influential artists in the United States and Europe. Aesop's Fables, II (2005) is one of a long line of di Suvero's works embedded with a seminal childhood memory of space, scale, and structure. This large-scaled sculpture (11'5" x 32'4" x 13'7") is painted red and constructed primarily from industrial I-beams that are welded or bolted together.
Di Suvero's Aesop's Fables, II is sited on the lawn between East Annex Parking Lot and architect Frank Gehry's Stata Center and is made possible through the generosity of the artist, a gift of Sara-Ann and Robert D. Sanders (Class of 1964), and by MIT Percent-for-Art Funds for the Northeast Sector Landscape."