Andy Goldsworthy
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Andy Goldsworthy at Bayer Stone
Andy Goldsworthy visits the quarry
Andy Goldsworthy selects the site on the WSU campus
Installation of the wooden support
Delivery of the stones
Adjustments to the stones
The building process...
Stones added one by one
Placement of the keystone
The arch is almost complete
Andy Goldsworthy puts on finishing touches
Andy Goldsworthy's "Wichita Arch"
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Andy Goldsworthy's "Wichita Arch"

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Andy Goldsworthy's "Wichita Arch"

Oct. 29--To complete the installation of "Wichita Arch," Andy Goldsworthy selected a Siberian elm (a disease-resistant variety) to plant beneath the arch. His goal was to create interaction between what he has made and what nature makes, and he wants visitors coming back each year to see how the tree has grown around the arch.

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