I have already once posted one of the works by Sylvain Meyer – and this was here. This time, an entire series of installations of the Swiss artist who modifies wooded areas and landscapes to create various impermanent patterns, sculptures, and textures. The materials used – berries, cones, leaves, branches, twigs etc. The sculptures transform the forest into unusual place out of a fairytale. For me, for example, the giant spider could well be the character from “The Lord of the Rings” or “Harry Potter” books.
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