adam kalinowski's cloudy thoughts at beşiktaş festival in istanbul adam kalinowski's cloudy thoughts at beşiktaş festival in istanbul
may 21, 2016

adam kalinowski's cloudy thoughts at beşiktaş festival in istanbul

adam kalinowski’s cloudy thoughts at beşiktaş festival in istanbul
all images courtesy of adam kalinowski




‘cloudy thoughts’ by polish artist adam kalinowski utilizes wood, grass, and plants to create a poetic form concerning the passing of time and changing of cultural traditions. produced as one of three projects for the beşiktaş international flower & garden festival in istanbul, the sculptural building features formations of clouds and rocks on all sides, expanding into space. ‘cloudy thoughts’ measures 560x68x500cm. 

‘cloudy thoughts’ 

the work was produced as one of three for the beşiktaş international flower & garden festival

adam kalinowski cloudy thoughts istanbul
kalinowski’s works for the event also include ‘the grave’ and the ‘infinite green’ 

‘cloudy thoughts’ measures 560x680x500 cm

building underside 

adam kalinowski cloudy thoughts istanbul
‘cloudy thoughts’ detail 

cloud structures against the distant sky 

‘cloudy thoughts’ by adam kalinowski

adam kalinowski cloudy thoughts istanbul
plywood forms hold sod grass parcels

the work contemplates the changing nature of traditions and time

adam kalinowski cloudy thoughts istanbul
‘cloudy thoughts’ by adam kalinowski, 2016



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