HEAD IN THE CLOUDS in Dusseldorf and Cologne4 minute read Yesterday at 2:02 AM CDT
The undulating circus net makes every step an exaggerated, elongated, elastic bounce.
It’s the perfect gait to collide into and climb five giant transparent spheres suspended beneath the glass rooftop, 25 metres above the airy, white atrium.
I’m at the Kunst 21 contemporary art gallery in Dusseldorf — of all places — romping like a kindergartener in this elaborate art installation.
It’s called In Orbit by Argentine artist Tomas Saraceno, who now lives in Germany, and it’s meant to be experienced as well as admired.
29°C, A few clouds
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