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Big Bubbles in Berlin

Wow. I just love seeing art projects that instantly hit me on lods of different levels. I mean look at this! Have you ever seen anything like it? The scale, the dreamy world it puts you in, the tactile and unique sensatory feeling of lying on supergiant plastic bubble. These spheres were supposed to resembled nature - they interacted with each other, so for example when you made one vibrate all the others would vibrate too.

Well, maybe you have seen it before if you were lucky enough and went to Berlin's Hamburger Bahnhof Museum of Contemporary Art until January 15 where Argentinian artist Tomas Saraceno exhibited his Cloud Cities project. I clearly missed my chance.

But you can read much more here if you too have never seen it before. Cloud Cities by Tomas Saraceno

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