Back in 2009 Roundhouse Creative hosted an art show called "Four Corners". We gave four artists a corner of our studio and gave them simple parameters -- create an installation, and make it awesome! The artists were Bask, Frank Strunk, Gali Nieves, and Anthony Zollo. Zollo built a beautiful piece by methotically cutting and assembling 2" strips of plywood into an abstract formation. This piece became a focal point and icon at the old Roundhouse studio. When we decided to move into the new Net Zero building, we knew we couldn't part ways with this awesome piece of art. Anthony had since moved up to NYC (of course) and couldn't help us deconstruct the work at the old space and reassemble it in the new space. Luckily for us, he hooked us up with his old installation buddy Cory Robinson and ensured us Cory would be up to the challenge. He was right! Cory spent a total of 7 hours one day taking the work down piece by piece, and assembling it in our new studio creating a form that is unique to the space, and his own work of art.
This video is a timelapse of those 7 hours, condensed to just over a minute. Music: Caural "In Tandem".