(Jackson, Wyo.) - The Zodiac Heads of Chinese artist Ai Weiwei are very carefully being taken down today, after more than seven months looking over the National Elk Refuge. According to Jennifer Marshall Weydeveld, Director of Marketing for the National Museum of Wildlife Art
, a crane is moving
each of the 12 monumental sculptures very slowly to a staging area where
they are being packed up to be put in crates.
By tomorrow, these sculptures will be strapped down and ready for shipment.
Here are some photos of the delicate process:
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*The de-installation process for the Ai Weiwei exhibit. h/t National Museum
of Wildlife Art / Pitchengine Communities.*
The exhibit, officially titled "Ai Weiwei: Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads,”
represents the animals of the Chinese zodiac
by esteemed Chinese artist Ai Weiwei. These sculptures have been on the
Museum’s Sculpture Trail overlooking the National Elk Refuge since May 9.
Learn more about the "Ai Weiwei: Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads” in
Buckrail's previous article, "Zodiac Heads of Ai Weiwei to extend their
stay at the National Museum of Wildlife Art."
*Feature Photo: The De-installation process for the Ai Weiwei exhibit. h/t
National Museum of Wildlife Art / Pitchengine Communities.*
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