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A Public Art Forest of 4,000 Spindly Redwoods Takes Root

Spencer Finch's new public art project has 4,000 trees recreating part of a California redwood forest in Downtown Brooklyn. The post A Public Art Forest of 4,000 Spindly Redwoods Takes Root appeared first on Hyperallergic.
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