PLAY ART, Toshiko Horiuchi MacAdam in Rome

kids enjoying the installations
kids enjoying the installations

“Can art stay sacred and intellectual, while at the same time being a playful mirror of experiences, sensations, reality and life?” that’s the opening of the review of Roberto Boccaccino about the set up Harmonic Motion / Rete dei draghi, in Rome at the MACRO. I can’t really write as good as him about that work, I just can say that I visited it yesterday and that it was great, fascinating, inspiring, and great fun for the kids that could climb it all over. I guess that entering the harmonic motion is something very close that entering a magic world. Beside the link to the museum and the review in english in domusI found some extra picts around the web and a video interview of the artist.

Outstanding intuition, proper technique, inspiring result






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