05/12/2014 11:24 am ET Updated May 12, 2014

Artist's 'Ruins' Rise On The High Line

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When the High Line opens its third and final section this fall, allowing access to an untamed segment from 30th Street to 34th Street, park visitors will have company in the form of art designed to fall apart.

"Some people call them ruins," said Adrián Villar Rojas, who has been commissioned to create a new series of outdoor sculptures for the site, dubbed the High Line at the Rail Yards.

The artist, however, prefers to think about the state of his works in a different way. "The material is breathing," he said.

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