Davide D’Elia’s Antivegetativa Project Covers a Space in Blue Paint

By: Jana Pijak - Jan 16, 2015
References: davidedelia & sweet-station
Davide D’Elia 'Antivegetativa' installation covers an entire space with pastel blue paint. The dip-dyed interior challenges perception and references the surrealist art movement pioneered by artists like Salvador Dali and Rene Magritte. Boasting a half-painted aesthetic, 'Antivegetativa' transforms a modernist space into a dreamlike and experiential environment.

Once inside, visitors feel as if they are in a space that has been submerged in water. The interior features a large structural column, a chair and hanging paintings that are each dip-dyed to reveal a blue half and another that preserves their original state.

This art installation by Davide D’Elia will appeal to architecture and interior design fans with an appreciation for sensory spaces. The interior will also impress fans of modern art and surrealism.