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    How about a rigging video where the sculpture doen't end up going boom?

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    Nice video! Wish I could see above where the chainfalls are attached and how it lays back before it is lowered onto the pallet.
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    Yeah really, the preparator/geek in us is going "How are the beams spanning the scaffolding set up?" "Is that just Tyvek softwrap or something else around the round slings?"
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    The straps seem to be knotted to the chain hoist hooks. How does that work?

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    I was assuming that those were just extra wraps to take up slack maybe?
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    i Wish I could see above where the chainfalls are attached............,
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    Here is another rigging video and article from the Whitney:

    http://whitney.org/WhitneyStories/InstallingFrankStella

    The time lapse install video in the gallery shows two yellow rigging equipment that I have seen before elsewhere for installing a very large (heavy frame) painting with a aviation cable on the back of the frame. They used sand bags as counter weights.
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