The New York Times just published a video on Maya Lin‘s Wave Field at Storm King Art Center in upstate New York. Click here to watch it. Wave Field can be accessed by the public in Spring 2009.
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Fora.tv recently published additional videos on Maya Lin, taken from a talk she gave at the de Young Museum in San Francisco on October 24: http://fora.tv/2008/10/24/Maya_Lin_on_Universal_Loss_and_Vietnam_Veterans_Memorial.
For those who can’t wait, you can always stop at the North Campus of the University of Michigan where a similar Wave Field has been situated beautifully for many years. It was actually a thesis project where a 3-axis riding lawnmower was created to mow the field!
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