Yulia Drobova's 'Fraternite' Turns a Yard Into Wonderland

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Aug 24, 2009   Updated: Jul 13 2011 • References:
Yulia Drobova's 'Fraternite' installation is an imaginative exploration of fantasy and self using whimsical sculptures placed throughout a grassy lawn. Each sculpture is meant to reflect some aspect of nature, and are outfitted with small mirrors to include the visitor in the reverie.

Implications - Outdoor installations like these are also a great opportunity for people and families to interact with their environment. Urban society has become so technologically run that often people find little time to get some fresh air outdoors. Lovely lawn exhibits like this one promote environmental fun.

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