Disremembered I

Sewing needles and silk thread
35 × 21-1/2 × 6-1/4 in. (89 × 55 × 16 cm)
Collection of Diane and Bruce Halle

A Flor de Piel

Rose petals and thread
525 × 256 in. (1333.5 × 650 cm)
Installation view, Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, 2014
Courtesy of the artist
Photo: Kazuhiro Uchida

Plegaria Muda

Wood, concrete, earth, and grass
166 parts, each: 64⅝ × 84½ × 24 in. (164 × 214 × 61 cm)
Overall dimensions variable
Installation view, CAM–Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon, 2011
Inhotim Collection, Brazil
Photo: Patrizia Tocci

Acción de Duelo

Candles
Approx. 267 × 350 ft. (81.4 × 106.7 m)
Ephemeral public project, Plaza de Bolívar, Bogotá, 2007
Photo: Juan Fernando Castro

Shibboleth

Concrete and steel
Length: 548 ft. (167 m)
Installation view, Turbine Hall, Tate Modern, London, 2007
Photo: Stephen White

Abyss

Brick, cement, steel, and epoxy resin
173⅝ × 545⅝ × 639⅜ in. (441 × 1386 × 1624 cm)
Installation view, T1 Triennial of Contemporary Art, Castello di Rivoli Museo d’Arte Contemporanea, Turin, 2005
Gallery view, Castello di Rivoli Museo d’Arte Contemporanea, Turin
Photo: Paolo Pellion

Neither

Steel fencing, dry wall, and paint
194½ × 291¼ × 590½ in. (494 × 740 × 1500 cm)
Installation view, White Cube, London, 2004
Photo: Stephen White

Untitled

1,550 wooden chairs
Approx. 33 × 20 × 20 ft. (10.1 × 6.1 × 6.1 m)
Ephemeral public project, 8th International Istanbul Biennial, Istanbul, 2003

Noviembre 6 y 7

Nov 7, 4 pm
280 wooden chairs and rope
Dimensions variable
Ephemeral public project, Palace of Justice, Bogotá, 2002
Photo: Sergio Clavijo

Thou-less

Stainless steel
Nine parts; 2 parts: 427/10 × 3011/16 × 305/16 in. (108.5 × 78 × 77 cm), 435/16 × 36¼ × 2213/16 in. (110 × 92 × 58 cm); 2 parts: 435/16 × 26⅜ × 20⅙ in. (110 × 67 × 51 cm), 435/16 × 273/16 × 1911/16 in. (110 × 69 × 50 cm); 2 parts: 435/16 × 279/16 × 18½ in. (110 × 70 × 47 cm), 435/16 × 25⅜ × 17¾ in. (110 × 64 × 45 cm); 1 part: 435/16 × 2715/16 × 1911/16 in. (110 × 71 × 50 cm); 2 parts: 4215/16 × 149/16 × 14⅜ in. (109 × 37 × 36.5 cm), 435/16 × 175/16 × 15⅜ in. (110 × 44 × 39 cm)
Overall dimensions variable
Neue Galerie, Kassel, Germany
Photo: Ute Brunzel, © MHK

Untitled

Roses
Dimensions variable
Ephemeral public project, Bogotá, 1999

Unland

Installation view, SITE Santa Fe, 1998–99
Photo: Herbert Lotz

Atrabiliarios

Shoes, drywall, paint, wood, animal fiber, and surgical thread
43 inches and 40 boxes, overall dimensions variable
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Accessions Committee Fund purchase: gift of Carla Emil and Rich Silverstein, Patricia and Raoul Kennedy, Elaine McKeon, Lisa and John Miller, Chara Schreyer and Gordon Freund, and Robin Wright

La Casa Viuda

Wooden doors, steel chair, and bone
Three parts: 74⅞ × 39 × 18½ in. (190.2 × 99.1 × 47 cm); 62⅞ × 47 × 22 in. (159.7 × 119.3 × 55.8 cm); and 62½ × 38 × 18½ in. (158.7 × 96.5 × 46.9 cm)
Collection of the Israel Museum, Jerusalem, gift of Shawn and Peter Leibowitz, New York, to American Friends of the Israel Museum
Photo: D. James Dee

Untitled

Installation view, White Cube, London, 2007
Photo: Stephen White

Untitled

Installation view, Galería Garcés Velásquez, Bogotá, 1990
Courtesy of the artist