10,000 Tree Samples Form This Intricate And Meditative Structure

10,000 Tree Samples Form This Intricate And Meditative Structure

This public artwork is a 'modernist grotto,' meant to represent our planet's entire history in one space

Emma Hutchings
  • 11 may 2016

A new public artwork has been unveiled by the University of Bristol in the UK, made up of 10,000 tree samples gathered from across the world. ‘Hollow’ was designed by artist Katie Paterson and architects Zeller & Moye.

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