Klunk Garden – Gelitin

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Klunk Garden – the product of Austrian art collective Gelitin – is a more unusual take on the traditional Zen rock garden. Real human body parts emerge detached from the surface of the garden, breaking its fluidity. The installation is a real-life, living and breathing sculpture that turns the human into sculptural objects.

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