‘The Wizard of Oz’ is such a classic, tried and true movie that’s a classic for almost everyone at some point in their lives. Being that this year is the 75th anniversary of the movie, artists gathered together to create a perfect reproduction of Dorothy’s mangled tornado home. Scrap metal, plywood, glass, and shingles were used to create this space, and it certainly doesn’t disappoint.
Fifteen artists took 24 hours to create ‘Resisting Entropy: There’s No Place Like Home’– their version of the house. The plan of this home is situated so that there are a total of 4 easily assembled units. Each measures at 6x6x4, and the interior is even wired for some accent lighting. The Farnsworth Museum will have this uniquely built home on display for all to see until March 30th, 2014.