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