Wall, Andy Goldsworthy. @Tamara Murphy - this made me think of you and of the lecture we saw in NYC... something about how God didn't budget his investment in beauty (said much more eloquently). The object of discussion was that huge art piece in the middle of nowhere. Imagine the time investment for his!
Storm King Wall, Goldsworthy
Goldsworthy created the Storm King Wall in Mountainville, New York in 1997. At 2,278 feet long, the site-specific sculpture is made from stones gathered around the Storm King Art Center’s property. Just as Smithson was inspired by the surroundings of the Spiral Jetty and the natural history of the location, Goldsworthy’s wall submits itself to nature in a whole new away, almost recognizing nature as more important than itself. The wall twists and turns in and out of trees, utilizing their…
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