Charlie Citron lives in Amsterdam, Netherlands was awarded Residencies in 1991,1992, and 1999. Revolving Door, which is on loan for two years, is part of a two-year project when Citron studied and built environments having to do with business and office spaces especially in urban environments. “A revolving door [is] a portal, a point of entry, a transition between public space and private office space, “ the artist stated. In this sense it functioned “as a threshold, a hermetic sculptural object and as a lens which the viewer passes through.” Citron’s Revolving Door 2 is located near the rotary where Route 825 and Ellsworth Road intersect. The piece is on loan for two years.