Museum Visitors Invited to Crawl and Slide Inside Massive Suspended Tape Structure (8 pics)




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Photographs by Dan Hodges and Rich Sanders

The Des Moines Art Center’s recent exhibit, Drawing in Space , highlighted four artists working in the medium of tape. The show included Numen/For Use ( previously ), an artist collective based in Vienna and Zagreb. Their interactive sculpture, called simply “Tape,” is made exclusively of clear packing tape, suspended within the art center’s I.M. Pei-designed architecture. Museum visitors are encouraged to explore the piece from the inside out—as long as they wear socks and move through the structure in a clockwise direction. Numen’s exhibit at the Art Center closed on January 21st, and we’re looking forward to seeing where it appears next. Previous iterations have been built in Paris, Frankfurt, and Vienna. See more of Numen/For Use’s work on their website and Facebook .

Museum Visitors Invited to Crawl and Slide Inside Massive Suspended Tape Structure

Museum Visitors Invited to Crawl and Slide Inside Massive Suspended Tape Structure

Museum Visitors Invited to Crawl and Slide Inside Massive Suspended Tape Structure

Museum Visitors Invited to Crawl and Slide Inside Massive Suspended Tape Structure

Museum Visitors Invited to Crawl and Slide Inside Massive Suspended Tape Structure

Museum Visitors Invited to Crawl and Slide Inside Massive Suspended Tape Structure

Museum Visitors Invited to Crawl and Slide Inside Massive Suspended Tape Structure




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