Ai Weiwei Used 3,144 Bicycles For This Art Installation
Oct 09, 2013 10:56
Chinese artist and activist Ai WeiWei presented a new version of his Forever Bicycles installation. This time, he used 3,144 bicycles and stacked them 100 feet in length and 30 feet in height and depth in Toronto's Nathan Phillips Square.
The installation was displayed in an open air, public space. It is best seen at night! Check out a few more shots of the installation below:
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