Picture through Jerusalem Botanical Garden
Global Botanical Gardens are will be running this fall at an upcoming international exhibition venue called Seeing the invisible. Opening in September and for one year, the art will be shown simultaneously in gardens in Australia, Israel, South Africa, the UK and the United States.
The only thing is when you are there, everything looks the same as it was before the show started. The work is “invisible,” though not in the same way as these “sculptures” made from scratch.
That is, until you use the dedicated app to view songs created by Ai Weiwei, El Anatsui and Sarah Mehoyas, among others. Located between the greenery, the exhibition seeks to deconstruct what is often considered “natural” and “digital,” says exhibition curator Tal Michael Haring.
The works continue the exhibition is a combination of new orders from the Jerusalem Botanical Garden and the Outset Contemporary Art Fund and current donations from the artists ’own projects. Hadas Maor, another curator of the exhibition, has revealed that one of the main themes of the exhibition is “critical issues related to the environment”.
After more than a year Spent mainly indoors due to the pandemic, nature and the outdoors have taken on a new and vital role in the lives of many people, and this blend of physical and digital seems to be the perfect past year’s history.