Ernesto Neto (b.1964) is one of Brazil’s leading contemporary artist artist who creates new worlds and spaces with his giant installations and sculptures which tend to made up of stretchy, stocking-like material in amorphous forms stuffed with foam pellets or, on occasion, aromatic spices. Neto showed his work in London in 2010  at the Hayward Gallery in an amazing exhibition called ‘The Edges of the World’. His new work ‘Crazy Hyperculture in the Vertigo of the World’ – a insulated, suspended labyrinth covering the entirety of the gallery space – was developed for installation at Faena Arts Center, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

 

All images courtesy Faena Art Center and Ernesto Neto.

Crazy hyperculture in the vertigo of the world, Ernesto Neto

Crazy hyperculture in the vertigo of the world, Ernesto Neto

Crazy hyperculture in the vertigo of the world, Ernesto Neto

Crazy hyperculture in the vertigo of the world, Ernesto Neto

Crazy hyperculture in the vertigo of the world, Ernesto Neto

 

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