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The Resisting Entropy Project Built This Massive Replica in 24 Hours

 - Dec 30, 2013
References: farnsworthmuseum.org & fastcodesign
Resisting Entropy: There’s No Place Like Home is a collaborative project done by 15 artists in Maine in honor of the 75th anniversary of The Wizard of Oz.

The house is a life-size recreation of Dorothy Gale's home made out of "reclaimed construction materials" in a 24 hour period. As part of its exhibit called The Wonderful World of Oz: Selections from the Willard Carroll/Tom Wilhite Collection, the Fanswroth Museum is currently displaying Resisting Entropy.

Resisting Entropy shows us how powerful collaboration can be; it's incredible to think that a bunch of different artists with varying skills were able to come together and create such an amazing sculpture in such little time.

Personally, I believe that this Wizard of Oz replica is a fitting tribute to the house that killed that wretched Wicked Witch of the East.