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August 16, 2016 AT 4:00 pm

Ventricle – a Two-Part Installation for the Festival of Love #ArtTuesday

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If you see this, you’ve got to let us know if it’s even more awesome looking in real life! From Creative Boom:

Along with the chambers of the heart, the installations are a modern interpretation of the hanging gardens of Babylon, a place of many cultures and languages, and also of Eden.

The pair of structure are gravity-formed and hang in the double height spaces on either side of the Royal Festival Hall. Each lightweight vessel has been crafted in aluminium and is clad in 3M’s Solar Mirror Film.

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