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Ryo Yamada Creates Air Garden in Japan

 - Aug 7, 2014
References: ryo-yamada & designboom
Artist Ryo Yamada has made a symbolic installation in Japan titled 'Air Garden.' The work is meant to stand for the action of passage from one point to the next.

What's noteworthy about this installation is how it doesn't actually lead to anything, but instead drops off at the very top. This is also meant to symbolize how each person's journey is unique, and while one person might end with one experience, the next individual's could be completely different. Overall this really is a way of moving through life, going from one point to the next without any real knowledge of where everyone will end up.

Of course, the main point to keep in mind when participating in this symbolic installation is remember to actually stop at the end!

Photo Credits: designboom, ryo-yamada