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Transarquitetônica – a huge installation at the Museum of Contemporary Art, University of São Paulo by Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira.

Composed entirely of recycled materials, the structure – which visitors can walk through – transitions from the cavernous interior of knotted roots to brick walls and painted corridors, symbolising our evolution from primitive shelter to modern urban architecture.


9 thoughts on “Rooty

  1. Sgt. Bilko

    Love this sort of gigantic interactive art installation, brings to mind Serra’s The Matter of Time at the Guggenheim in Bilbao. {adjusts monocle, cravat and sneer}

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