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16 gigantescos bloques de hielo que aguardan maravillosos ramos de flores en su interior. La obra ‘Iced Flowers’ de la artista japonesa Makoto Azuma investiga nuevas posibilidades para admirar la belleza de la naturaleza en contextos diferentes. A través de esta instalación, la artista perfecciona la investigación que inició con obras anteriores donde congelaba bonsais o sostenía flores en el aire. “Las flores mostrarán una expresión única que no muestran en su día a día gracias a situarlas en un ambiente diferente al habitual” explica Azuma en su página web. “Disfrutad de cómo las flores y el hielo cambian sobre sí mismos con el paso del tiempo. Un espacio inorgánico que contrasta con la vitalidad de las flores.”

16 giant blocks of ice with wonderful bouquets of flowers inside. The artwork ‘Iced Flowers‘ of Japanese artist Makoto Azuma research new possibilities to admire the beauty of nature in different contexts. Through this installation, the artist redefines her research that began with previous works with frozen bonsais or installations with holding flowers in the air. “Flowers will show unique expressions that they do not display in everyday life, by being placed under such a different environment,” explains Azuma in her website “Please enjoy how flowers and ice change themselves over time in the ruins far from human’s existence—it is an inorganic space that makes a vivid contrast with flowers.”.

16 giant blocks of ice with wonderful bouquets of flowers inside. The artwork ‘Iced Flowers‘ of Japanese artist Makoto Azuma research new possibilities to admire the beauty of nature in different contexts. Through this installation, the artist redefines her research that began with previous works with frozen bonsais or installations with holding flowers in the air. “Flowers will show unique expressions that they do not display in everyday life, by being placed under such a different environment,” explains Azuma in her website “Please enjoy how flowers and ice change themselves over time in the ruins far from human’s existence—it is an inorganic space that makes a vivid contrast with flowers.”.

2 Comments

  1. FinaFlor January 24, 2016

    Que increíble, espectacular que podamos lograr este tipo de técnicas tan bellas. Gracias por compartir este artículo

    Un saludo. Desde Paraguay

  2. flores February 22, 2016

    EXPETACULAR

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