Célula Nave

C’élula Nave (It happens in the body of time, where thuth dances), is Ernesto Neto’s  intallation designed for the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen and staged during the “Brazil Contemporary” exhibition (2009). Neto is considered one of the most promising Brazilian artists that relate to the work of of Hélio Oiticica (1937-1980) and the 1960s movement of neo-concretism. This is a sensory installation calling the visitors to immerse themselves to a fluid, smooth and cellular symbiosis… after they have taken their shoes off

More info on the exhibition Brazil Contemporary

and the making of the Célula Nave

(Photos 2-3 from Pachango´s Gallery)


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