Last year, we covered an ambitious public art project by freshmen studying in the University at Buffalo's architecture department. The project, called "The Living Wall," was a motley collection of structures built in a wide range of styles and arranged in a long row in Griffis Sculpture Park.
The 2011 version of the project, documented by students and instructors on this fascinating and ongoing blog, opens to the public on Friday and will remain on view through the end of the park's season in October. Here's a video produced by the department that provides a glimpse into this year's version of the project:
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