Secret Gardens by Giuseppe Licari Displays Foliage in Unique Way

By: Meghan Young - Published: Feb 23, 2013 • References: giuseppelicari & visualnews
For those lucky enough to be either residing in or simply visiting Rotterdam, the Netherlands, a trip to the TENT Gallery is in order to revel in the Secret Gardens art exhibit. It offers an absolutely breathtaking perspective of trees, one which very few have had the pleasure or the time to enjoy. Essentially, the Secret Gardens exhibit is made up of uprooted trees that have been suspended from the ceiling.

More often than not, people look up to enjoy the sun streaming through green leaves and smooth branches. The Secret Gardens exhibit gives guests an opportunity to do the opposite. Created by artist Giuseppe Licari, people are encouraged to sit beneath each tree root to take them in as though they were guessing the form of clouds in a blue sky. Stats for Suspended Tree Root Installations Trending: Older & Average
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