Soaring lotuses - installation in Brussels

Soaring lotuses - installation in Brussels

It is impossible to say that art installations are created only for beauty, because this is not so. Almost always, designers and artists put a certain meaning into their creations.
Soaring lotuses - installation in Brussels

Korean artist Kim Sooja created an art installation called Lotus Zone of Zero, 2008. The name contains the word lotus, which means that these flowers we can see in the installation, located in the building of the Ravenstein Gallery in Brussels. It is a pity that these flowers are not real, but because they came out no less beautiful - these are lanterns that simply resemble flowers in shape. In the installation, their number is approximately two thousand! A lot. But this is not all, because in addition to the visual decoration of the hall, there is also a sound - this colorful setting is accompanied by the sounds of Gregorian, Tibetan and Islamic chants.
Soaring lotuses - installation in Brussels

The designer herself claims that her creation is an appeal to peace, love and mutual understanding between people. This is what we so often wish on the New Year, and other holidays. I’m sure that since the installation seems so beautiful in photos, it will be even better live. A truly amazing sight - as if all these flowers are floating in the air, unsupported by anything.
Soaring lotuses - installation in Brussels

This installation was first shown for a long time - in the Rameau Palace, in Lille in 2003. From today to January 18, 2009 it can be seen in Brussels, as we have already mentioned.
Soaring lotuses - installation in Brussels

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