The Armory’s first commissioned art installation was 2009’s anthropodino, a large-scale, interactive sculpture by Brazilian artist, Ernesto Neto. Using hundreds of yards of translucent material, Neto suspended a gigantic canopy from the drill hall’s latticework truss—120 feet wide and 180 feet long. Magnificent, aromatic “fabric stalactites” descended 60 feet to embrace a vast labyrinth of passageways and rooms.
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