Mind-blowing Intricate Wire Mesh Sculpture By Incipit

For the Italian festival Meeting del Mare, art collective Incipit created a wire mesh sculpture as a public art installation. Built by hand, the translucent structure is located on the waterfront of Marina Do Camerota in Italy.

To see how the building was set up, take a look at the video below. The site-specific installation is curated by artist Edoardo Tresoldi together with Simone Pallotta and Antonio Oriente. It’s the latest of a series of Tresoldi’s sculptures using wire mesh.

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