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EVOL’s Underground City In Rural Germany [Pics]

EVOL’s Underground City In Rural Germany [Pics]
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Artist's installation lets people walk between the buildings of a city built beneath a field.

Emma Hutchings
  • 9 august 2011

A small part of a field in Hamburg, Germany has been transformed into an underground city for an installation by Berlin-based artist EVOL. Digging beneath the surface, the artist created building facades with pathways or “streets” for people to walk through like giants in a miniature city. The art installation will feature at the MS Dockville arts and music festival this weekend.

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