Giant worm-like installation takes over The Renaissance Court of the Worcester Art Museum

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The Renaissance Court of the Worcester Art Museum in Massachusetts was the setting for an incredible worm-like installation.

This was part of a performance series called, “Organic Concept,” by artist Shih Chieh Huang. The piece looped around pillars and above staircases, kept alive by several box fans. “Sometimes when I look at these pieces,” Huang adds, “I just see trash bags and fans, controlled in a certain way so that they’re moving; it’s very straightforward. But sometimes, I think that’s a cell, heart, a lung, a sea creature. I don’t want to tell the viewer how they should be looking.”

Check out more images of the installation below and head on over here for a TED Talk delivered by the artist.


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