Sights of Sub-Saharan Africa’s Largest University: Selective Justice of ABU Sculpture Garden

15 Oct
Selective Justice

Selective Justice

This is a concrete moulded sculpture made by a student of Industrial Design department. It’s a dominant figure at the heart of ABU’s sculpture garden. The sculpture garden is a large expanse of land, filled with paintings and sculptures. It’s various sculptures amuse individuals as admirable works of art and imagination but also visible to the more critically minded are the marks of Nigeria’s socio-political landscape as imagined in the sculptors’ minds. This particular sculpture is called Selective Justice.

Selective Justice

Selective Justice

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