There is an art installation just outside the CMP Block building in Taiwan that consists of some grass-covered cars that seem to almost melt into the ground.
These two cars were placed in the CMP Block courtyard and buried under a giant mound of grass. The art installation was supposed to reflect an attempt at bringing together "art, aesthetics and nature," which the creators accomplished beautifully.
This act of reclaiming nature through the visual effect of swallowing up man-made machinery is a perfect way to bring attention to global matters. Although there is not a lot of information regarding the artist or artists behind this installation, it's going to be receiving a lot of attention.
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