Monday, January 26, 2004

For nearly three decades Robert Smithson's "Spiral Jetty" lay partially submerged in the Great Salt Lake. Since 1999, as drought has lowered the water level, this seminal work of early land art — a 1,500-foot coil of black basalt rocks — has slowly emerged from its ever-evaporating context. Now it is completely exposed - as un-jettied as the ex-Aral Sea's un-boats.

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