Do you want as excuse to visit Mexico? Here is a good one. Metaphysical Physicality of IK LAB Gallery in Tulum, México, was conceived by the grandson of peggy guggenheim, IK LAB, a contemporary art gallery that recently opened and promises to transcend the traditional confines of the art museum. the gallery is experienced in part by your feet and through the various materials encountered as visitors navigate the immersive treehouse-likestructure.
With the thought eco-friendly , it allows the local wildlife free passage below) in mind the gallery was built on stilts and is elevated to the height of the tree canopy, neither cowering in its shadow nor surpassing it in arrogance, in total equilibrium with Mother Nature.
The fact that no trees were cut to make way for the building further attest the building’s ecological bona fides. The organic shapes and meandering expanses of the unique exhibition space intend to immerse the visitor in a meditative state, serving as a gateway to discovery and connectedness.
The gallery’s elevated position is also symbolic of the experiential elevation to another dimension that the place is meant to induce. Indeed, when visitors walk through the glass and wood, four-metre high doors into the fluid space of undulating surfaces, it is as if they have stepped into some kind of metaphysical reality.
Visitors are invited to walk barefoot interacting with the floor as a living organism, is a total nature experience. The gallery opened on April 20,2018 with this inaugural exhibition alignments, curated by Santiago r. Guggenheim.
Do you do love nature? This is perfect spot to visit.
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