The Through Hollow Lands art installation is like a small labyrinth of light. Made up of fluorescent tubes, each piece hangs from the wall in a careful geometric configuration. The only source of illumination in the room it resides in, there is an eerie futuristic vibe present that will mesmerize its audience.
Created by Etta Lilienthal & Ben Zamora, the Through Hollow Lands art installation was exhibited at the Frye Art Museum in Seattle, Washington. It was commissioned by the Frye Foundation. At once simple and complex, the Through Hollow Lands art installation plays with people's perceptions in a subtle way.
Those who stare at the Through Hollow Lands art installation for too long may actually feel as though they have entered some sort of matrix.
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