Woven Sky by Wang Wen-Chih

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“Woven Sky was an installation for the 2013-14 Woodford Folk Festival designed by Taiwanese Artist Wang Wen-Chih in collaboration with Cave Urban.
A big challenge at music festivals is finding shelter from the heat and sun, but this sprawling bamboo art installation gave attendees at last year’s Woodwork Folk Festival plenty of shade to stand under.
The work is constructed from 600 poles of bamboo and 70 radiata pine logs, all harvested within a 20km radius of the site. It rises to 15m high and is 100m long.
Taking 40 workers and volunteers 3 weeks to build, Woven Sky served as an entrance point to the Amphitheatre stage of the Woodford Folk Festival. ”

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