Harmonic Motion / Rete dei draghi Installation at MACRO

Harmonic Motion / Rete dei draghi Installation at MACRO Roma

From December onwards and for the whole of 2014, the public will be able to admire and experience the huge hand made installation Harmonic Motion / Rete dei draghi, designed for all ages and children in particular.

Playful, colourful, interactive: it is a work of art to be discovered and experienced Harmonic Motion / Rete dei draghi, the huge site specific installation that the Japanese artist Toshiko Horiuchi MacAdam has set up at the MACRO – Museo d’Arte Contemporanea Roma (via Nizza) for the seventh edition of Enel Contemporanea (www.enelcontemporanea.com), one of the most prestigious international events on the contemporary art scene, curated by Francesco Bonami. The artwork will be visible to public from the 8th December and for the whole 2014.

Made and plaited entirely by hand, with a traditional flavour recalling antique lace work combined with modern forms, the artwork is a surprising interactive playground, both for adults and most of all for children, which visitors can go into, jump, roll around, climb, slither, bounce, swing, hang and move from one level to another.

Source: macro.org


via Nizza 138
Opened from the 8th December 2013 and for the whole 2014
Free entrance to the Enel Contemporanea artwork

Opening hours: Tuesday-Sunday: 11.00 am – 7.00 pm / Saturday 11.00 am – 10.00 pm

MACRO Info: +39 06 67 10 70 400

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