• A 65-Foot Hand-Crocheted Tree Gives Visitors to Zurich's Train Station a Full Sensory Experience

    14 days ago - By Colossal

    Ernesto Neto, “GaiaMotherTree” (2018) at Zurich Main Station, Fondation Beyeler, photo by Mark Niedermann
    Brazilian Conceptual artist Ernesto Neto manifests sensorial experiences in highly trafficked public spaces, encouraging passersby to slow down their everyday movements to interact with, smell, and relax in his temporary installations. His most recent work was created in partnership with the Fondation Beyeler in the concourse of Zurich's main train station. The 65-foot green and orange work, GaiaMotherTree , extends to the ceiling, while its base creates a temporary oasis in the middle...
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