The Daily Trojan published an article by Sarah Dada, titled "Orphaned sculpture finds home at USC," on November 7, 2007. The following quote is from the DT article: "The sculpture consists of four pieces, each attempting to encourage the use of a different sense: sight, sound, touch and smell. The piece includes a cone-shaped fountain with a bronze cast on top to resemble a pool of water; a large stainless steel sphere, six feet in diameter, that is balanced on a small pin; a 12-foot high sculpture of a human figure; and a bench cut and polished from granite. The bench had previously housed a sound element designed to surprise whoever sat on it with thunder clashes, a truck horn or people talking."
On occasion, the Mark Lere sculptures participate in student projects, as in the examples below, Fall semester 2013:
The sculptures were reorganized for the construction of the Iovine Young Academy.