Will, 1994, Steel, Mark di Suvero, Artist

Like A Giant Jacks Toy
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The Will sculpture in Crissy Field, San Francisco resembled a giant jacks toy resting on the grass with the Golden Gate bridge behind it.


Will, 1994, Steel, Mark di Suvero, Artist   •  On loan from the Doris and Donald Fisher Collection   •  A Part of SFMOMA On The Go   •  Crissy Field, San Francisco, California   •  37° 48' 18.60" N, 122° 28' 3.67" W   •  (Photo taken 13:39:24 Sunday 23 February 2014)   •  (Photo posted Monday 19 May 2014)   •  © 2014 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #C14_1194
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One Foot Created A Bench
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One foot of the Will sculpture created a bench upon which a couple could sit while watching a child at play under the towering I-beams.


Will, 1994, Steel, Mark di Suvero, Artist   •  On loan from the Doris and Donald Fisher Collection   •  A Part of SFMOMA On The Go   •  Crissy Field, San Francisco, California   •  37° 48' 18.91" N, 122° 28' 4.25" W   •  (Photo taken 13:40:22 Sunday 23 February 2014)   •  (Photo posted Monday 19 May 2014)   •  © 2014 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #C14_1196
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One Foot Cut Off
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One foot of the Will sculpture was cut at an angle to meet the ground, whereas another was only beveled slightly for a more ungainly meeting with a plate in the dirt.


Will, 1994, Steel, Mark di Suvero, Artist   •  On loan from the Doris and Donald Fisher Collection   •  A Part of SFMOMA On The Go   •  Crissy Field, San Francisco, California   •  37° 48' 19.56" N, 122° 28' 4.91" W   •  (Photo taken 13:40:46 Sunday 23 February 2014)   •  (Photo posted Monday 19 May 2014)   •  © 2014 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #C14_1198
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Three Circles Surrounded The Center
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Three steel circles surrounded the center of the Will sculpture. Combined with angle brackets and bolts, the circles held the assembly of I-beams in place.


Will, 1994, Steel, Mark di Suvero, Artist   •  On loan from the Doris and Donald Fisher Collection   •  A Part of SFMOMA On The Go   •  Crissy Field, San Francisco, California   •  37° 48' 19.39" N, 122° 28' 4.85" W   •  (Photo taken 13:40:50 Sunday 23 February 2014)   •  (Photo posted Monday 19 May 2014)   •  © 2014 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #C14_1199
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View Straight Up Through The Center
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The view looking straight up through the center of the Will sculpture. Notice that one of the circles was not the same width all the way around.


Will, 1994, Steel, Mark di Suvero, Artist   •  On loan from the Doris and Donald Fisher Collection   •  A Part of SFMOMA On The Go   •  Crissy Field, San Francisco, California   •  37° 48' 19.16" N, 122° 28' 4.61" W   •  (Photo taken 13:41:08 Sunday 23 February 2014)   •  (Photo posted Monday 19 May 2014)   •  © 2014 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #C14_1201
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Offset Beams
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The beam that stuck high up into the air, was parallel to one of the legs, but offset from that leg, the offset hidden inside the circles.


Will, 1994, Steel, Mark di Suvero, Artist   •  On loan from the Doris and Donald Fisher Collection   •  A Part of SFMOMA On The Go   •  Crissy Field, San Francisco, California   •  37° 48' 19.57" N, 122° 28' 4.45" W   •  (Photo taken 13:41:41 Sunday 23 February 2014)   •  (Photo posted Monday 19 May 2014)   •  © 2014 Bryan Costales Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial License #C14_1203
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