The point of view Minnesota artist Tia Keobounpheng has while lying in the base of her public art installation "Unweaving" Thursday afternoon at Sister Cities Park in Duluth. Keobounpheng encourages others to lie in the sculpture to examine the weavings. (Clint Austin/caustin@duluthnews.com)
The point of view Minnesota artist Tia Keobounpheng has while lying in the base of her public art installation "Unweaving" Thursday afternoon at Sister Cities Park in Duluth. Keobounpheng encourages others to lie in the sculpture to examine the weavings. (Clint Austin/caustin@duluthnews.com)

The city of Duluth, in partnership with Sister Cities International, Duluth Public Arts Commission, and Duluth’s Parks and Recreation Division, present a temporary outdoor art installation in Sister Cities Park. The piece, titled “Unweaving,” was created by Minnesota artist Tia Keobounpheng. The installation focuses on the unweaving of communities, cultures and traditions while looking at how each of us has become disconnected from our ancestral history. The installation will be on display until the end of October. (Clint Austin/caustin@duluthnews.com)
The city of Duluth, in partnership with Sister Cities International, Duluth Public Arts Commission, and Duluth’s Parks and Recreation Division, present a temporary outdoor art installation in Sister Cities Park. The piece, titled “Unweaving,” was created by Minnesota artist Tia Keobounpheng. The installation focuses on the unweaving of communities, cultures and traditions while looking at how each of us has become disconnected from our ancestral history. The installation will be on display until the end of October. (Clint Austin/caustin@duluthnews.com)

Mary Tennis (left) president of the Duluth Public Arts Commission talks with artist Tia Keobounpheng of Minneapolis Thursday about her outdoor art installation in Sister Cities Park in Duluth.  (Clint Austin/caustin@duluthnews.com)
Mary Tennis (left) president of the Duluth Public Arts Commission talks with artist Tia Keobounpheng of Minneapolis Thursday about her outdoor art installation in Sister Cities Park in Duluth. (Clint Austin/caustin@duluthnews.com)

Minnesota artist Tia Keobounpheng lies in the base of her public art installation "Unweaving" Thursday afternoon at Sister Cities Park in Duluth. The installation will be on display until the end of October. (Clint Austin/caustin@duluthnews.com)
Minnesota artist Tia Keobounpheng lies in the base of her public art installation "Unweaving" Thursday afternoon at Sister Cities Park in Duluth. The installation will be on display until the end of October. (Clint Austin/caustin@duluthnews.com)

A close up of one of the four weavings making up the pubilc art piece, titled “Unweaving,” by Minnesota artist Tia Keobounpheng. The installation focuses on the unweaving of communities, cultures and traditions while looking at how each of us has become disconnected from our ancestral history. The weavings are created from the fabric of old sails from recreational sailboats and have a translucent quality.  (Clint Austin/caustin@duluthnews.com)
A close up of one of the four weavings making up the pubilc art piece, titled “Unweaving,” by Minnesota artist Tia Keobounpheng. The installation focuses on the unweaving of communities, cultures and traditions while looking at how each of us has become disconnected from our ancestral history. The weavings are created from the fabric of old sails from recreational sailboats and have a translucent quality. (Clint Austin/caustin@duluthnews.com)

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The city of Duluth, in partnership with Sister Cities International, Duluth Public Arts Commission, and Duluth’s Parks and Recreation Division, present a temporary outdoor art installation in Sister Cities Park. The piece, titled “Unweaving,” was created by Minnesota artist Tia Keobounpheng. The installation focuses on the unweaving of communities, cultures and traditions while looking at how each of us has become disconnected from our ancestral history. The installation will be on display until the end of October. (Clint Austin/caustin@duluthnews.com)
The city of Duluth, in partnership with Sister Cities International, Duluth Public Arts Commission, and Duluth’s Parks and Recreation Division, present a temporary outdoor art installation in Sister Cities Park. The piece, titled “Unweaving,” was created by Minnesota artist Tia Keobounpheng. The installation focuses on the unweaving of communities, cultures and traditions while looking at how each of us has become disconnected from our ancestral history. The installation will be on display until the end of October. (Clint Austin/caustin@duluthnews.com)