The Vegetation Rooms, winding corridors as it were, open to the sky, but whose walls are so high they nonetheless create a strong sense of confinement. Nature appears as an evident counterpart to the architectural forms it originally inspired, but from a warped perspective.”

Guy Tosatto, 2016

Rooms of in tranquility, Musée Grenoble

Vegetation Room Inhotim, 2010-2012. 03:49

Belo Horizonte, Brasil

Photo: Eduardo Eckenfels

Bronze powder, polyester resin, stainless steel and water

Vegetation Room Inhotim, 2010-2012

Belo Horizonte, Brasil

Photo: Eduardo Eckenfels

Bronze powder, polyester resin, stainless steel and water

Vegetation Room Inhotim, 2010-2012. 03:49

Belo Horizonte, Brasil

Photo: Eduardo Eckenfels

Bronze powder, polyester resin, stainless steel and water

     

Drawings and sketches

Vegetation Room Inhotim, 2010-2012

Belo Horizonte, Brasil

Vegetal Room XV (Double Passage), 2008

Francisco Godia Foundation, Barcelona

Video: courtesy of Francisco Godia Foundation

Bronze powder, polyester resin and stainless steel

Vegetation Room XVIII (wet maze), 2016. 01:15

Private Collection, Madrid 

Video: Luis Asín

Bronze powder, polyester resin, fiberglass and stainless steel

Vegetation Room XVII, 2005-2016

Musée de Grenoble, France 

Photo: Jean-Luc Lacroix

Bronze powder, polyester resin, fiberglass and stainless steel