Spirit of Technology
Spirit of Technology
Spirit of Technology

© The Estate of Peter Laszlo Peri. All rights reserved. DACS 2024. Image credit: Loughborough University

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Currently in store, this work was previously affixed to the exterior wall of Cayley Dining Hall. It consisted of a male figure, constructed in dyed concrete, thrusting a metal object reminiscent of a receiver into the sky.

Loughborough University



Spirit of Technology




pigmented concrete, steel armature & metal


H 300 x W 150 x D 50 cm (E)

Accession number


Acquisition method

commissioned by the University of Loughborough, c.1960

Work type



not accessible

Signature/marks description

signature mounted on the wall in the same material as sculpture: Peri

Inscription description

mounted on the wall in the same material as the sculpture: 1960


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