Immersive Installation Aria, Reflective Spheres Reveals Alternative Ecological Future

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Argentinian artist Tomás Saraceno’s immersive installation Aria: three reflective spheres hover above the courtyard of Florence’s Palazzo Strozzi.

The metallic orbs reflect the notable Renaissance architecture notwithstanding visitors who cruise by, while denoting the passageway to the envisioned space that investigates life past anthropocentrism.

All through Aria are different encounters managing contemporary natural issues: Glass structures swing from the roof and house Tillandsia plants, which need just air to endure, while “A Thermodynamic Imaginary” thinks about the enormity of the sun and its unused potential.

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