Twin brothers Mike and Doug Stern have been busy all summer constructing “Big Bambu” – an ever evolving sculpture – located on the Metropolitan Museum’s Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Roof Garden. The brothers have just completed the second phase of construction, bringing the elevated pathways to roughly 40 feet above the main deck of the Roof Garden.
Open to the public, the sculpture encourages exploration and each pathway offers a new angles and directions from which to view the piece. Full visitor information at MET, the sculpture is open through October 31, 2010.
Our Jacob Breinholt explored Big Bambu yesterday. These are his photographs.
Take a walk through yourself over at Curated.