Aldo Bakker's solo show in New York City offered guests an immersive and contemplative experience, as the artist filled the gallery with sculptural pieces that encourage the onlooker to relax and reflect.
The pieces were created with the intention of representing "poetic representations" of furniture, and encourage mindfulness, while helping the viewer reflect on the "lengthy, meditative process behind each piece." According to the artist, the exhibition, which has been dubbed 'Slow Motion,' was created with the intention of encouraging people to "think twice before we put something into the world."
Slow Motion by Aldo Bakker is on display at the Carpenters Workshop Gallery in New York City until June 22nd.
Image credit: Aldo Bakker
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