Each of the six lines intersects the other five, and the entire piece incorporates one right angle. The piece was assembled on the shore and set adrift in a Central Park lagoon in the summer of 1980, part of the city’s “Art Across the Park” project. The photograph was taken from an apartment across the street from the park.

Six Lines for Central Park

June 1980
New York City
Wood
H: 19 ft. x W: 19 ft. x D: 4 in.
Destroyed

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