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Defenestration by Brian Goggin was an installation artwork in San Francisco, in which furniture appears to be flying out of the windows. It includes a tall clock craning for a view out of the window, lamps twisting through the windows and tables and chairs that appear to be crawling down the walls. The artwork was in place for 17 years until 2014, when the installation was decommissioned so the building could be demolished to make way for affordable housing.

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Defenestration by Brian Goggin, seen from below
Filename:IMG_3576.JPG
Location:San Francisco, USA
Camera:Canon EOS 450D
Date (GMT):21/09/09 17:35
Original size:4272 x 2848 pixels
Copyright:©Sean McManus

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