Yayoi Kusama Floats 1,300 Spheres to Create an Ever-Changing Landscape Installation
Yayoi Kusama is back with a brand new installation at The Glass House historic site in Connecticut. Once again labeled the “Narcissus Garden,” her latest work consists of 1,300 floating steel spheres that float on a newly restored pond, much like her previous “kinetic carpet” exhibitions that date back as far as the mid ’60s. As the wind passes through, the spheres follow suit, creating a landscape that’s constantly changing. In addition to its ever-changing landscape, each piece hosts a mirrored surface which increase the dynamics of its overall look. Covering 49 acres of land, the installation is currently on display until November 30 of this year.