Maya Lin in her New York City studio. Her latest multimedia work, What is Missing?, is a memorial for extinct species.
Photo by: Michael Lewis
Lin’s 2004 earthwork Eleven Minute Line in Wanås, Sweden, is inspired, inpart, by the Native American effigy, the Great Serpent Mound, in her native Ohio.
Rows of rolling earth comprise the 2009 Storm King Wavefield, the artist’s largest site-specific installation.
Lin's Stones outdoor furniture line for Knoll was recently reintroduced in recycled polyethylene.
The 2011 work Silver Hudson renders the waterway in recycled silver.
For more on the artist's foundation, visit whatismissing.net
Flow features undulating wood blocks and is from Bodies of Water.
Water Line, part of Lin’s 2009 show Systematic Landscapes, is made from aluminum tubing and paint, and it is meant to mimic the topography of the ocean floor. “Water is just something I’m fixated on, always have been.”
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