Moving Day
Camille J. Gage Moving Day
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Untitled (Robe for Judith)

This piece has been taken into the permanent collection of the Weisman Art Museum. In these photos, the crew from the Weisman disassembles and packs the work for delivery to the Museum.
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Another view.

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The Weisman crew.
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The deconstruction begins.

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The piece is comprised of four panels sewn together with a basting stich. Each panel is moved individually.
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Two down, two to go.

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Notice Judith there in the lower right hand corner. A self-portrait she drew in art school. I knew she wanted to be in the house for the move.
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Pinning the panels.

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One to go.
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The final steps.

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The ingenious system they built for moving this fragile work.
Camille J. Gage Moving Day
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Art sarcophagus

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And out the door she goes. Museum bound.