Created for the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York City. This sculpture was constructed in four parts in a studio in Brooklyn over the course of a week. On installation day it was trucked over and each piece was snaked through the front door, unwrapped and attached to the next by a team of more than 30 volunteers and assistants. The entire installation was complete in under 40 minutes. The piece hung for one night for the Works & Process Gala event on April 2nd 2014.
Thanks to Sean Gilligan for these amazing photographs and all of the artists and friends who helped. A special thanks to Mary Sharp Cronson and Works & Process.