Immersive and hauntingly beautiful, the Lauren Carroll Harris ‘Possible Worlds’ installation takes visitors on a thought-provoking journey. Using sheets of nylon crystal organza, Harris creates an environmental sculpture that mimics the characteristics of an icy cavern.
The fragility of nature is a theme that is heavily explored by Harris, as she seeks to create works that show how humans impact the environmental world. Global warming and population have caused ecosystems like the arctic to dissipate over time. The delicate nature of the materials used and the engrossing characteristic of the installation creates a truly out-of-this-world experience. The space is designed to consume the audience in its fragile form and requires participation to be completed.
The Lauren Carroll Harris ‘Possible Worlds’ installation is a stunning visual display on how ecosystems are being threatened and shaped by human intervention.
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