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How to Create a Sculpture, Part 15: Installing the Sculpture



It's finally time for Kevin's sculpture Wherever You Go, There You Are to be installed on the campus of Pima Community College East Campus for its 2012 Sculpture-on-Campus exhibition. Three other sculptures had already been installed that day, but project coordinator Mike Stack and Steve Asher and his crew were ready with a forklift and a cement pad. This how-to video shows how they got the sculpture off of Kevin's 14-foot trailer, located and drilled the holes for the anchors, then lowered the sculpture onto the pad and bolted it down.

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