Trying to Hide with Your Tail in the Air, Vilnius, Lithuania, 1998
This sculpture utilizes regional patterns of Lithuanian lace in a 3-dimensional sculpture that is permanently suspended between trees at an outdoor sculpture museum. According to the museum director, during its first five years, the sculpture has required no maintenance and remains true to its original color and structural integrity.
Materials and Size
Hand-knotted nylon lace, stainless steel, enamel paint, steel cable, and two oak trees
Dinemsions: 30 ft. height x 12 ft. width x 12 ft. widthe
Museum of the Center of Europe, Vilnius, Lithuania