Suspended Garden

Suspended Garden was a site-specific installation especially created for the 2010 exhibit Pumapapel: Art in Paper. The work has been a favorite of visitors to the museum. In July 2014, the installation was reinstalled at its current height.

Tony Gonzales and Tes Pasola
Site-specific installation (recycled pulp)
Variable measurements

Meant to resemble a floating Japanese Zen garden, the installation provides a relaxing, meditative space for museumgoers. Conceptual tension is achieved by the idea of heavy rocks “floating.” The artwork can be viewed from the museum’s Cone Room on¬†the third floor or from the veranda¬†on the fourth floor.

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