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Take Me There Maybe Later
  • Title

    Chromatae

  • Artist

    Marc Fornes

  • Location

    Denver Botanic Gardens, Marnie's Pavilion

  • Neighborhood

    Cheesman Park

  • Year

    2012

  • Artwork Type

    Sculpture

  • Material

    anodized aluminum

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About This Piece

MARC FORNES / THEVERYMANY IS AN ART AND ARCHITECTURE STUDIO SPECIALIZING IN THE INTERSECTION OF UNIQUE SPATIAL EXPERIENCE AND ULTRA-THIN LIGHTWEIGHT STRUCTURES.

Marc Fornes and his studio, THEVERYMANY, are deeply rooted in the development of computational protocols and means of digital fabrication. Over the last ten years, the studio has invented and further developed “Structural Stripes,” a building system by which custom-designed parts form complex, self-supporting curvilinear surfaces.

Applying their unique approach to design, engineering and construction, the studio has designed and built a collection of “Crawling Assemblies” across United States, Canada and Europe  — fantastical structures at a scale between art and architecture, and which unify surface, structure and spatial experience into a single system. Calling to mind different organic references depending on viewer, the undulating, often brightly-colored structures craft unique spaces that manipulate light and our typical understanding of depth.

https://theverymany.com/public-art/11-denver-botanicalgarden