It makes you want to touch it, but you really shouldn't because it would probably.
reated inTree Fallwas the first Presidio Goldsworthy installation to be created indoors. Its backdrop is the historic Powder Magazine, constructed on the Main Post during the Civil War.
The petite structure protected gun powder and munitions and is made up of four- foot-thick stone walls. Nov 07, Andy Goldsworthy, Tree Fall, installation view; photo: JanStürmann/FOR-SITE Foundation. An enormous tree trunk, sourced after removal during the Presidio Parkway project, is suspended across the width of the ceiling.
With Tree Fall, Goldsworthy challenges the tendency to think out of sight, out of mind by complicating our relationship to what we see and where we see it.
Both the ceiling and the root are encased in dense layers of clay sourced from the Presidio. Oct 15, Tree Fall: By Andy Goldsworthy. Opens Saturday. 10 a.m p.m. Saturdays-Sundays and by reservation atMain Parade Ground, Anza and Sheridan streets, Presidio Author: Sam Whiting. May 19, Goldsworthy in the Presidio Trail Map Planning a visit to Andy Goldsworthy’s Spire, Wood Line, Tree Fall, or Earth Wall? Our friends at the Presidio Trust created this great map to help you find - and hike - your way between them all!
A full brochure with information for planning your visit is available through the Presidio Trust.