The hanger-camera

For the Legacy Project, which documented the transition of the old El Toro Marine Corps Air Station into a park, Burchfield and five other artists created what is believed to be the world's largest functioning pinhole camera obscura and the world's largest photograph. At the unveiling of the 3,505-square-foot photo on July 12, 2006, the artists -- Clayton Spada, Robert Johnson, Jacques Garnier, Burchfield, Douglas McCulloh and Mark Chamberlain -- stand in front of it in the El Toro aircraft hanger that was the pinhole camera.
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