Underground Lair

Giuseppe Licari is a Rotterdam-based sicilian artist presents a network of tree roots hanging from the ceiling like foreign, organic chandeliers.

His fantastic installation titled ‘humus’ refers to “the soil layer that is essential for the growth of trees and plants”. It features the extended prickly roots of trees affixed to the top of a constructed ceiling, transforming the room into a sort of “underground lair”.

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Pics of Job Janssen and Jan Adriaans


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