It’s amazing to know that this Gravity's Loom installation, displaying a beautiful and intricate array of yarn, was all hung up by hand.
Installed at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, the persons creating the Gravity’s Loom art installation also had the help of technology to help color the yarn, as well as cut the appropriate lengths for the display. Although it looks strong in its web-like form, all it would take to destroy it is one snip from a pair of scissors.
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The Gravity's Loom Installation is a Winding Web of 30 Miles of Yarn
- By: Amanda ChangSep 22, 2010