Inhabitat points us to an interesting exhibit that just wrapped up at Oakland's Swarm Gallery. Vaughn Bell and Josh Keyes created a variety of work that examined humanity's relationship with the natural world.

Inhabitat points us to an interesting exhibit that just wrapped up at Oakland's Swarm Gallery. Vaughn Bell and Josh Keyes created a variety of work that examined humanity's relationship with the natural world. Vaughn Bell's work especially stood out – the Seattle based artist created a series of Personal Biospheres that visitors could stick their head into to get a quick hit of nature on demand. These one person greenhouses contained a small scale natural environment contained inside clear boxes suspended from the ceiling. Bell also made tiny Pocket Biospheres that could be taken home for further exploration.

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