On a recent trip to Austin, I went to a sculpture park to see what I could find.
I didn’t see any wayfinding devices at the place – maybe I missed them, which opens up an interesting line of thought – so I was left to wander through the wooded compound. Sculptures would loom up in front of me, which made for a very interesting experience.
On April 5, the sun shines right through that hole in the middle and lights up a small plaque on the ground. April 5 was the day the piece was completed and the artist’s birthday.
Nancy Holt, sculptor
at the Betty and Edward Marcus Sculpture Park at Laguna Gloria
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