Kaarina Kaikkonen's Space is Built Through Ant Perspective

By: Simal Yilmaz - Published: • References: galleria.pirkkoliisatopelius & mymodernmet
Finnish artsist Kaarina Kaikkonen gives viewers an ant's perspective of the autumn season in her exhibition called 'And The Wind Blows Over You.'

She has created giant leaves using paper and fiberglass and has installed them in the exhibition space as if they have fallen floating from the trees and have been scattered around the room.

The exhibition forces the viewers to pay close attention to the texture and shape of every single leaf. It certainly creates an appreciation for the small surfaces that most of us choose to ignore.

Art is all about presenting real life in a creative perspective. With that in mind, Kaarina Kaikkonen has hit the nail in the heal with her interesting exhibition work. Stats for Perceptively Magnified Leaf Sculptures Trending: Older & Mild
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