Fiber: Arturo Sandoval

Mylar, webbing, netting, yarn, textured thread, one billion stitches, four years, several full-time workers, and various other helpers, plus one artist behind it all, are what it took to create the monumental Millennium Project hanging in the Singletary Center of Fine Arts at the University of Kentucky. Arturo Sandoval, the artist, takes viewers through the process he went through—from maquette to installation—in creating this masterpiece.

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