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The Harvest Dome, a floating installation of 500 broken umbrellas and empty soda bottles, by SLO Architecture, moved from Inwood to Governors Island this morning in preparation for the art fair. We were invited by SLO Architecture to track its movements by barge (as we did on its initial launch from the Brooklyn Navy Yard to Inwood). According to Curbed, it’s got a selling price at the art fair for $20,000! Here’s the play by play of today’s movements in photos, accompanied by smashingly great weather.

Harvest Dome, hanging out in Inwood:

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Getting loaded onto the barge:

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Loading onto Governors Island:

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What the heck is the Harvest Dome? Read more about it here and here.

 

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