Apart from century Tower, no other piece of architecture embodies the main campus of the University of Florida like the University Auditorium. Built in the mid 1920s and renovated as a bicentennial project in 1976, the Auditorium is one of several university buildings included in the National Register of Historic Places.
The Auditorium is also home to the Anderson Memorial Organ. Donated in 1925, the organ has since been expanded and improved with the installation of additional pipes and a five manual console, making it one of the major instruments of its kind in the Southeast.
Another exploration of light and depth, made fun when fruit stands in for the bright morning sun.