In Exhibitions, Museum of Art

Before the load was shipped from upstate New York to Brigham Young University’s Museum of Art, they were put in a freezer for two weeks at minus 20 degrees (to kill any bugs) then de-leaved and fire-retarded. Post-delivery, the saplings have been bent and twisted into something strikingly new: “Windswept,” a towering, contorting sculpture that seems unreal. That the piece was erected in only three weeks seems equally unbelievable.

“Windswept” will be open for viewing starting Dec. 7, continuing through mid-October of next year.

Read more here.


Photo by Steve Griffin, Deseret News.

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