Maya Lin's water morals
On 4 July, Maya Lin opens a show of recent art based on maps at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill, New York. The central piece is a sculpture made of pins depicting the flood zone of Hurricane Sandy, a disaster that Lin says raised important moral questions. In this clip, the artist discusses the process of making these works.
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