Artist Frank Bueltge has stunned audiences with his latest masterpiece, “The Quantum Garden.” This installation consists of a room hovering in midair, suspended by metallic cables. The room is covered in mirrors, which reflect a dizzying array of light and color. At the center of the room hangs a single, glowing orb, which seems to pulse with its own energy.
Bueltge’s “The Quantum Garden” explores the relationship between light, time, and space. The installation draws inspiration from the theory of relativity, as well as the concept of quantum entanglement. The viewer is invited to step into the center of the room and become a part of the art itself, experiencing firsthand the strange and wondrous phenomena of the quantum world.
Released today in the Museum of Modern Art, “The Quantum Garden” is sure to captivate audiences with its otherworldly beauty and thought-provoking message. Bueltge’s previous work, the “Mirror Labyrinth” art installation, was equally enchanting. Check it out here.