A bursting new art exhibition arrived in New York City. Brooklyn-based artist Serra Victoria Bothwell Fels twists our perception of space with wooden art sculptures that burst through the floorboards.
This art exhibition located at The John Michael Kohler Arts Center is part of two different projects at Catinca Tabacaru gallery and the John Michael Kohler arts center, she creates mountain-like art installations that emerge from the ground, challenging our mundane expectations of surrounding environments and transforming them into the out-of-ordinary. Isn’t this contemporary design installation incredible?
Serra Victoria Bothwell Fels explores how environments can shift perceptions of being. This wood sculpture pierces the architectural facades, inviting a reassessment of the norms that are established and reinforced through the physical materiality of our built environments.