Immersive installation lets visitors explore a surreal indoor forest

Immersive installation lets visitors explore a surreal indoor forest

Brazilian designers Fernando and Humberto Campana have created an immersive art installation currently on view at the Swedish Contemporary Arts Museum. They gathered local wood and flax and compiled them to make towering “trees” indoors. Visitors to the museum can explore the minimal design forest, weaving through the forms.

“We found the inspiration in nature,” said Humberto Campana. “The message we wanted to generate was bringing nature indoors. The forest taking its place back and turning tables.” The stark indoor gallery space appears to be an incredible venue for the experimental nature installation. See more on the Campana brother’s website.

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