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Woven Cloud

This bamboo sculpture acts as the gateway pavilion to the Woodford Folk Music Festival. Working with Taiwanese artist Wang Wen-Chih and his team of bamboo craftsmen, we harvested bamboo from a local forest near the festival grounds, used machetes and other traditional tools to split bamboo poles into strips and cut off the inner nodes of the bamboo before weaving it together to form the sculpture.

 
 
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