Susanna Hesselberg’s Library That Plummets into an Abyss for Sculpture by the Sea
Ever heard of library in a shaft? a real library where books are neatly stacked in shelves. just that u dont have to look up see them. you have to bend and look down.
With the title of “When My Father Died It Was Like a Whole Library Had Burned Down, Swedish Artist Susanna Hesselberg incorporated a massive library that seeps through the ground like a shaft in a mine. The art piece has a strong reference to a song by Laurie Anderson; World without End. Along with 55 more art works this pieces is on display now.