Lipstick (Ascending) on Caterpillar Tracks
|Dimensions||740 cm × 760 cm × 330 cm (292 in × 299 in × 131 in)|
|Location||Yale University, Connecticut|
An architecture student, Stuart Wrede, and a group of architecture students raised money, under the name of the Colossal Keepsake Corporation of Connecticut, and worked in collaboration with Claes Oldenburg. It was installed on May 15, 1969, in Beinecke Plaza at Yale University, as a speakers' platform for anti-war protests.
In the autumn of 1969, women were admitted to Yale University. The sculpture deteriorated and was removed by Oldenburg in March 1970. It was redone in weathering steel and fiberglass, and reinstalled at Morse College, on October 17, 1974.
- 'Lipstick (Ascending) on Caterpillar Tracks' by Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen - Virtual Globetrotting
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- Frieze Magazine, "Tom Burr"
- The Yale Herald, "Sculptures at Yale: Not just for peeing on"
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- Oldenburg: "An Anthology, Large-Scale Projects"
- "Claes Oldenburg, An Anthology - Events & Publications"
- NGA, "Claes Oldenburg: An Anthology", (02/1995)
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