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"Earth Sculpture"

The New York Earth Room is an art installation of the interior of the earth rendered by Water De Maria. The first of these sculptures was made in 1968 and installed in Munich, which has since been dismantled. Installed in 1977, this was a sculpture commissioned by the Dia Art Foundation initially intended to only be there for three months, but has lasted over 30 years! This sculptures holds 250 cubic yards of earth, covers 3,600 sq feet of space, is 22 inches deep and weighs 280,000 lbs.
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"Earth Sculpture"
The New York Earth Room is an art installation of the interior of the earth rendered by Water De Maria. The first of these sculptures was made in 1968 and installed in Munich, which has since been dismantled. Installed in 1977, this was a sculpture commissioned by the Dia Art Foundation initially intended to only be there for three months, but has lasted over 30 years! This sculptures holds 250 cubic yards of earth, covers 3,600 sq feet of space, is 22 inches deep and weighs 280,000 lbs.
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