From Colour to Eternity: Wanda Barcelona for Daelim Museum


From Colour to Eternity: Wanda Barcelona for Daelim Museum


From Colour to Eternity: Wanda Barcelona for Daelim Museum


From Colour to Eternity: Wanda Barcelona for Daelim Museum


From Colour to Eternity: Wanda Barcelona for Daelim Museum


From Colour to Eternity: Wanda Barcelona for Daelim Museum

Paper is an ordinary, familiar material. To most of us, is a mean to an end, to Wanda Barcelona is the foundation on which to create incredible works of art.

After their stunning installations for the Karl Lagerfeld retrospective in Bonn and the Dior exhibition in Paris, Wanda Barcelona were invited by Daelim Museum, a contemporary photography & design museum in Seoul, to be part of their show Paper, Present.

The exhibition featured the works of ten artists, all commissioned to reveal the intrinsic qualities and pure beauty of paper. Over the seven rooms dedicated to the show,  the visitor was taken on a journey into the world of paper, with artworks combining natural and emotional elements.

Wanda Barcelona created for the Daelim Museum a dreamy, Japanese-inspired garden, bursting with wisteria flowers, some immaculately white, some filled with colours.  “The coloured wisteria were made so that the light coming through a small window could be projected on them”, explains Inti from Wanda Barcelona. “Each colour was segmented in order to be seen with the light”.

With their large-scale art installation titled “From Colour to Eternity”, Wanda Barcelona transformed the room into a fairytale world transcending time and space and offered a unique experience to the visitors by playing with space, delicate paper objects and sensations.

See more of Wanda Barcelona’s work here.



 

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