American artist Jennifer Angus created this unique art installation, which is rather a larger pattern of bugs. The bugs themselves are merely tiny insects that have been group together to form massive shapes and designs. The installation consumes the entirety of a bright pink room at the Renwick Gallery in Washington DC.
The pink room attracts viewers who are drawn in by their own curiosity of the wallpaper-like designs, which sprawl across the room’s perimeter. The creative pattern of bugs acts like a 3D wallpaper design, and has been appropriately titled ‘The Midnight Garden.’ The critters are grouped together and placed in creative geometric patterns such as spirals, diamonds and circles.
While the installation is creepy to some, it also acts as an elegant piece of artwork. The insect-infested display will be open for public viewing within the next month.
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