Big Rig Jig 2007 18-wheeler tanker trucks, steel 42' x 29' x 11'   Big Rig Jig is constructed from two discarded tanker trucks. The work serves both as a sculpture and an architectural space: visitors may enter the lower truck, climb through the tankers, and emerge to a viewing platform between the rear axles, forty-two feet in the air. Most recently exhibited in the U.K. for Banksy’s Dismaland show, it is now permanently installed in Las Vegas by Tony Hsieh. The work was made possible by a grant from Burning Man, as well as generous gifts from Peter and Gwen Norton, Todd Koons, and numerous donations received over the internet. Plant-life interior by  Nicole Whelan .
       
     
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  Big Rig Jig 2007 18-wheeler tanker trucks, steel 42' x 29' x 11'   Big Rig Jig is constructed from two discarded tanker trucks. The work serves both as a sculpture and an architectural space: visitors may enter the lower truck, climb through the tankers, and emerge to a viewing platform between the rear axles, forty-two feet in the air. Most recently exhibited in the U.K. for Banksy’s Dismaland show, it is now permanently installed in Las Vegas by Tony Hsieh. The work was made possible by a grant from Burning Man, as well as generous gifts from Peter and Gwen Norton, Todd Koons, and numerous donations received over the internet. Plant-life interior by  Nicole Whelan .
       
     

Big Rig Jig
2007
18-wheeler tanker trucks, steel
42' x 29' x 11'

Big Rig Jig is constructed from two discarded tanker trucks. The work serves both as a sculpture and an architectural space: visitors may enter the lower truck, climb through the tankers, and emerge to a viewing platform between the rear axles, forty-two feet in the air. Most recently exhibited in the U.K. for Banksy’s Dismaland show, it is now permanently installed in Las Vegas by Tony Hsieh. The work was made possible by a grant from Burning Man, as well as generous gifts from Peter and Gwen Norton, Todd Koons, and numerous donations received over the internet. Plant-life interior by Nicole Whelan.

bigrigjig_01.jpg
       
     
IMG_5604.JPG
       
     
IMG_5488.JPG
       
     
BigRigJig_Beer - 1.jpg
       
     
bigrigjig_02.jpg
       
     
bigrigjig_03.jpg
       
     
img_4709.jpg
       
     
img_4738.jpg
       
     
connectingtanks.jpg
       
     
img_4715.jpg
       
     
1091678638_16a52c66c9_o.jpg
       
     
1091692114_e5a7d5d86d_o.jpg