January 30, 2015 Leave a comment
Makoto Azuma’s ‘Ice Flowers’ enhances the vibrancy and size of the bouquets, which have been arranged in a derelict warehouse outside of the city.
However, as the ice melts, the flowers will wither, until they are left in puddles of water.
Azuma says: ‘please enjoy how flowers and ice change themselves over time in the ruins far from human existence – it is an inorganic space that makes a vivid contrast with flowers’.
Take a closer look at the installation here and tell us what you think of it.