The new stair simply leads up in all of its glute-busting glory, with minimal ties to the terraces and without any apparent destination. One quirk of the new stair that I do not recall from the original is a ridiculously short "landing" in one of the runs.
A couple of weeks ago, I attended the C3 Breakfast Club event where Dean Joe Seipel of VCU's School of the Arts presented the schematic design for the new Institute for Contemporary Arts.
Because of its high profile and presumably because of anticipated controversy, VCU is carefully controlling the release of images of the new project, hiring a national PR firm to manage the process towards a spring roll out.
In 1984, author and playwright Robertson Davies gave the David Coit Gilman Lecture to an audience largely consisting of doctors and medical students at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institution. Davies goes on to describe something he calls "doctor psychology," characterizing doctors as loners and naturally suspicious of cooperative efforts. During construction, the contractor demolished a concrete stairway of monumental proportions, spanning the entire slope.
Although Joe advanced the slides quickly, I did manage to make a few sketches of the schematic design.

The basic mass of the building is a tall volume on the corner with lower bars extending to the west, splaying out to form a sheltered courtyard.
To the doctor, Knowledge is the outwardly obtained and applied science, the results of laboratory experimentation, and clinical studies of large numbers patients.
White Pages can search for a person’s address in their large directory assistance database to see who is listed. I lamented that the reconstruction appeared to be just that - missing any opportunity for an enhancement of the park.
The text of this lecture can be found in a collection of Davies' work published posthumously. In opposition resides Wisdom, an introverted element that looks "not at the disease, but at the bearer of the disease [italics mine]," and comes from within. This is where Wisdom, or Humanism, has the potential to make a difference - allowing the patient and the true nature of things to speak.
The major materials are weathered zinc and glass, which appears to be channel glass in some areas.

It is Wisdom that establishes the link between patient and healer, allowing the patient and her condition to "speak" and for the healer to listen. Sometime the diagnosis has little relationship to the actual emergent illness and is linked to underlying issues. For the purposes of his lecture, Davies renamed the snakes of the caduceus as Science and Humanism and posed the title question to point out that the medical profession seems to be increasingly and overwhelmingly concerned with science.
Davies cites a personal example of a wise doctor treating his severe cold symptoms with probing questions into the stresses within Davies' life, ultimately revealing an underlying issue related to his work.

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