'the dead fly' by florentijn hofman looks over the city of queretaro, mexico
 
'the dead fly' by florentijn hofman looks over the city of queretaro, mexico
dec 02, 2012

'the dead fly' by florentijn hofman looks over the city of queretaro, mexico

 

 

‘the dead fly’ by dutch artist florentijn hofman is a site specific sculpture which was made for the mexican animation event cut out fest. built with the help of local companies and volunteers, ‘the dead fly‘ was born from a reinterpretation of the well known day of the dead festival — an annual mexican celebration honouring the departed. the mammoth insect lies on its back, enjoying the cityscape of querétaro, mexico — albeit upside down.

'the dead fly' by florentijn hofman looks over the city of queretaro, mexico‘mosca muerta’ (dead fly) by florentijn hofmanquerétaro, mexico, 2012700 x 550 x 600 centimeterall images courtesy studio florentijn hofman 

'the dead fly' by florentijn hofman looks over the city of queretaro, mexico‘the dead fly’ was born from a reinterpretation of the well known day of the dead festival 

'the dead fly' by florentijn hofman looks over the city of queretaro, mexico

 

the dead flythe mammoth insect lies on its back, enjoying the cityscape of querétaro, mexico

'the dead fly' by florentijn hofman looks over the city of queretaro, mexico

 

'the dead fly' by florentijn hofman looks over the city of queretaro, mexico

  • Even when it is fake looks like it is suffering badly, dont you feel like turn it over?
    dont understand the point of it…

    Leeya

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