Imagine how cool it would be if buildings weren't actually constructed above-ground; if instead we lived in a large-scale garden of growing structures where architecture emerged, fully formed, from the earth. Landed, by Ian Strange, is a somewhat disconcerting sculptural installation outside the Art Gallery of South Australia, that gives the sense we caught a home as it slowly rises up like a submarine, or perhaps sinks back down into the depths. [Lustik]
Briefly: Building Grows Out Of The Earth In South Australian Art Installation
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