Artist Janet Echelman Installed A Voluminous Sculpture Floating Above The Streets Of London

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More specifically, the temporary art installation was hung above Oxford Circus, one of the busiest areas in the city. Handmade from 77 miles of twine and half a million knots, the lightweight artwork changes its lights according to the local weather.

h/t: ignant

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Additionally, the colors at night can be changed by the public via smartphone and wifi.

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“The artwork invites you to pause amid the bustle and commotion, offering a chance to gaze skyward and contemplate a physical manifestation of the interconnectedness surrounding us.” – says Janet Echelman.

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