A “peculiar curiosity” lurks in the Lynden Sculpture Garden's back woods
5 years ago - By Arts Without Borders
What if the remains of slave quarters were suddenly discovered hidden in the woods behind the smoothly contoured landscape and monumental artworks of the sculpture park? That's just one of many questions that might be raised by “Eliza's Peculiar Cabinet of Curiosities,” which can in fact be found in the backwoods of the property.
Because of its semi-hidden location and-from a distance-humble character, the temporary installation by Chicago artist Fo Wilson could easily be missed or even dismissed. That is, until you walk right up to it. That's when it become totally engaging.
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