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Why 2 German Artists Dragged A Giant Pen Through Utah, Colorado And Wyoming

Wolfgang Aichner and Thomas Huber walked in a 400-mile rectangle through Utah, Colorado and Wyoming — pulling their pen behind them — completing the circuit in three weeks. (Courtesy)
Wolfgang Aichner and Thomas Huber walked in a 400-mile rectangle through Utah, Colorado and Wyoming — pulling their pen behind them — completing the circuit in three weeks. (Courtesy)

Two German artists have just completed a project called “ linear,” in which they dragged a large foam pen around the desert. They walked in a 400-mile rectangle through Utah, Colorado and Wyoming — pulling their pen behind them — completing the circuit in three weeks.

Here & Now‘s Jeremy Hobson talks with Wolfgang Aichner and Thomas Huber about their project.

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