Scattered Crowd

“Scattered Crowd” is an exhibit by William Forsythe, currently on display at the Bockenheimer Depot in Frankfurt, Germany.

The installation inhibits the beauty of space and the emptiness of human emotion. The use of space from the suspending balloon leaves room for expressionism and beautiful emotion.

In organizers words: “William Forsythe curated the installation to match the relationship between humans and emptiness. The balloons match the context of human emotion filling up the space which is related to the artist’s idea of emptiness. The exhibit is a stunning feature using normal household products to resemble a tragically beautiful version of real life and art.”

I must say, I’m amazed. The setting is just breathtaking and my love for balloons is well known.

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