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Allegory is a large, voluminous net sculpture created by American artist Janet Echelman. It is a permanent sculpture installed in the atrium of the Matthew Knight Arena in Eugene, Oregon. Commissioned by the Oregon Arts Commission, the sculpture was installed in the arena in 2014. Allegory is made of braided polyester ropes and illuminated by pre-programmed colored lighting.
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