Ursulinens Prolapse by Henrique Olivera is an organic art installation inspired by the free forms of indigenous rock. Redefining traditional sculpture art, this stunning installation is made from multiple layers of plywood. The scrap material often used for fencing is recycled and reused to create these mountainous masterpieces.
The large-scale installation allows its visitors to walk through it experiencing its nature-infused and other-worldly design. Ursulinens Prolapse by Henrique Olivera is an interactive sculptural piece that takes over the OK Offenes Kulturhaus gallery in Linz, Austria, filling its interior and spilling out onto the street in front of it.
The three-dimensional sculptural piece resembles a painting in its display of depth and texture-enriched materiality. Organic in shape, this dynamic art installation is a true example of sensory space.
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