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Austin Antics

Bamboo Shade Structure

A weekend collaboration between Robie and me just before I left for New York. The mesh columns were already in place courtesy of Jay's sculpture class homework a few months previous. We added slightly wobbly shade structure composed of two sheets of cattle mesh (?) from the NYE Austin First Night installation, bamboo leaves trimmed from the garden, cardboard tubes from the garage, a bag of zip ties and some 2X4 stubs. It feels good underneath it in scorching Texas sun. Also carefully placed a storm-safe distance from the house.
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5:15 PM

shade structure has become banana structure.    



1:17 PM

The blistering Texas sun in early April??? I cant wait to see the banana structure this weekend    



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