Over a 6-year period an extensive, interactive art installation has been created inside a freeway overpass. It is made from trash and found junk. All of it has been hauled into the space through a 30-inch diameter hole, including a desk, two toilets and a piano!

It was totally dark inside. If we had known what we were in for, we would have brought more flashlights. This installation is actually inside an overpass. The space is about 6 feet high and 8 feet wide and probably a hundred feet long. It has been divided into small rooms connected by tunnels. This makes for a disorienting experience which was the intention of the artist. "It's all about the details." the artists says.

Obviously, this was not done with permission so the location must remain a secret.

More info here:
zebulonspleen.blogspot.com/2010/04/art-inside-freeway.html

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