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imgf Sun, May 13 '12 Guy Dill’s work is made of individual fir blocks held in suspension by a single rope threaded through eyehooks on the blocks and attached to the wall. The result is a taut bridge-like structure, protruding sixteen feet into space. Gehry recalls his first interaction with this work as a revelatory experience. He realized what was, in fact, a structure-something well known to him as an architect-could also be a work of art.