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Dreamy chain-link fence art by Soo Sunny Park

Standing below this incredible installation sculpture at Rice Gallery will make you feel like you’re standing under a dome of a thousand broken rainbows or bubbles. Though chain-link fences are something usually hidden, Soo Sunny Park imagined a reality that puts the wire structure on display.

Made up of 37 sections of fence, Park’s structure is suspended above the gallery in graceful arches and waves with lovely translucent sections of Plexiglas to catch and refract the light.

The little scales of Plexiglas interact with the light at different times during the day depending on the quality of light, so be sure to to visit twice.

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