Wave Field, University of Michigan, North Campus

Maya Lin
1995



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This outdoor sculpture, made of earth and sod, is located on the University of Michigan campus. Unlike many examples of earthworks (or earth art) it is not hidden away at some inaccessible location. This 10,000 square foot work is comprised of a series of 50 grass "waves" in 8 rows. (I don't know if it still exists--works like this being perishable by their very nature.)




See also Lin's most famous work, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.


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