The protagonist of the seventh edition of Enel Contemporanea Japanese artist Toshiko Horiuchi MacAdam by installing "Harmonic Motion". Wednesday, December 4 the presentation ceremony. The opening to the public Sunday December 8 al MACRO Museum in Rome.
Installation entirely made and hand woven, evoking the ancient crochet workmanship combined with contemporary forms of multiple colors.
It is the one built by the Japanese Toshiko Horiuchi MacAdam and protagonist of the seventh edition of Enel Contemporanea, the project that testifies to the company's commitment to the promotion and development of contemporary art, which each year provides for the creation of works on the theme of energy by artists of different nationalities.
Wednesday, December 4 there was the presentation ceremony at the MACRO Museum in Rome (in Via Nizza) reserved for institutional guests, journalists and operators in the sector.
Sunday December 8Instead, the work opening to the public with workshops for children starting at 11.
"Harmonic Motion", the name the work of art dedicated to adults and children which looks like an aerial sculpture where to go, jump, roll, climb, crawl, bounce, swing, hang and move through successive levels, to live an experience definitely unusual.
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