From today's Ithaca Times:
In Collegetown, nestled in between Cornell's Schwartz Center for the Performing Arts and Sheldon Court (a grad student dorm), North Carolina sculptor Patrick Dougherty has realized Half a Dozen of the Other, one of his signature tree branch installations. Six woven twisting towers form a V-shape, pointing away from the street. Each is supported by a living tree. The trees poke in and out, acting as rigid counterparts to the towers' fluid dance-like movement. From some angles the sculptures appear as domes, from others like frayed rope.More here. Pictures.