Forest of 60,000 Rainbow Numbers | Emmanuelle Moureaux


To celebrate the 10th anniversary of The National Art Center of Tokyo, French architect Emmanuelle Moureaux was commissioned to transform its 2,000-square-meter exhibition space into an extra special spectacle. He transformed the Center’s 2,000 square meter Special Exhibition Gallery room into a Forest of Numbers. Using brightly colored paper cut into numerals, the artist created Forest of Numbers, an imaginative and interactive paper art installation.

The installation, Forest of Numbers, is composed of 10 layers, each to represent the next 10 years. Figures 0 through 9 create the 4 digits needed for each year. The numbers are also divided into 100 shades to align with Moureaux’s 100 Colors installation series which she has installed around the world since 2013.

You can explore more of her installations on her Website | Facebook | Instagram

Via [Colossal]

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Forest of 60,000 Rainbow Numbers | Emmanuelle Moureaux

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