“THE INFINITE GREEN” is an example of a „green sculpture” which is a combination of steel and wood construction, soil and vegetating plants. Sculpture may remind graphic symbol of infinity especially observed from point of view of a bird perspective. Viewer has an access into interior of the structure. Additional aspect of the sculpture may be a color of plants: many shades of green color appear while different species are planted on 110 m2 on 7 shelves-levels of a sculpture. Dimensions: 1000x350x500 cm; steel, plywood, soil, plants, watering system.
Records of temperature and humidity inside in compare to the vicinity of a structure are taken together with Poznan Polytechnic during the project is on. Project is a part of a visual art program of EUROPEAN CAPITAL OF CULTURE WROCLAW 2016 and will be continued at least till fall 2017.
They also blossom in a different time of a year. Also they are implemented according to the overall color of the plant so from the top layer we have yellowish then comes reddish, pinky, violet, blue and different shades of green color appear along to the bottom layer. Only perennials in quantity of 100 species (around 3000 plants altogether) have been applied here.
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