|We Stopped Just Here at the Time, 2002, detail,|
by Ernesto Neto (1964-)
It's installed in a perfect spot at the end of a hallway at the Centre Pompidou and can be seen from far away.
|We Stopped Just Here at the Time, by Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto.|
The viewer participates in a sensorial experience.
It's a sculpture made of fabric and spices- cloves, cumin, pepper, curcuma. The smells arouse the senses. I feel the weight of it by looking at it. From reading about this artist, I see many of his works are interactive but I saw no one venture into this space.
|View of the top of the soft sculpture|