ACK Defines Human Space by Bamboo and Metal

By: Andrew Robichaud - Published: Jun 30, 2009 • References: & yankodesign
In a world of clutter and sight, our space is often undefined or limited when it is defined. The ‘ACK’ exhibit by Pierandrei Associati (Milanese Practice) defines human space by a labyrinth of suspended bamboo and metal tubing.

Visitors come and venture through the tubing to create a festival of light and sound with every bit of contact (you are allowed to touch them; like fingers running through hair).

The abstract adventure through the hanging art allows you to get lost in conceptual thoughts and it provokes conceptual feelings that were unspoken until now. Many visitors leave a small message sometimes for themselves and sometimes for visitors to come. Stats for Sound and Light Labyrinths Trending: Older & Chilly
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