ernesto neto

The visual art strand of the Southbank Centre’s 2010 ‘Festival Brazil’ features new work by the Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto. Neto returns to The Hayward after his showing in 2008’s ‘Psycho Building’, for which he created ‘Life Fog Frog’, an enormous membrane containing forms filled with spices. For his solo show, the Rio de Janeiro-based artist will use the upper galleries and outdoor sculpture terraces for a new site-specific commission and sculptural works that continue his sensory exploration of architectural space.

For me was a great experience to go to his exhibition not only because it was a brazilian artist but also because of the sensorial experience which allows my imagination and creativity to expand.

ideas for set, for theatre, for drawings, organic forms and smells have come like an invasion into my mind after the experience.

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