Surprised by the weird entanglement of life-like branches and customized-made structural beams? We have been too, then took a better take a look at Henrique Oliveira‘s alluring set up solely to seek out that the vegetal world was craftfully merged with its natural counterpart. Photographed by André Morin, this shocking set up exhibits how the Brazilian artist interlinks present parts, materializing concepts. Thanks to rising artists, we will take a look at discarded objects was the truth of an concept.
This giant set up (P,200 sq ft) named Baitogogo was displayed at Palais de Tokyo in Paris final yr. Curators see the website-particular set up as: “Creating a spectacular and invasive Gordian Knot, Henrique Oliveira performs with Palais de Tokyo’s architecture, permitting a piece that mixes the vegetal and the natural to emerge. The constructing itself turns into the womb that produces this quantity of “tapumes” wooden, a cloth utilized in Brazilian cities to assemble the picket palisades that encompass development websites.” Beyond the supplies, the story runs deeper. Catch the story behind the development within the video under the pictures.