From a distance, this Sky-catcher wall installation seems to be a simple wave-like pattern filling the walls of the Museum De Paviljoens in Amsterdam. As viewers step closer, a discovery of unimaginable details will blow you away. Artists Jonathan Puckey and Luna Maurer actually took the sky and hung it on the walls. Maurer installed a camera on a rooftop in Amsterdam that takes a picture of the sky once every five minutes. The installation consists of hundreds of vertical strips where each column of small pictures is formed by a series of 144 photos, and visually portrays the changing of the sky across the course of one day. Collectively, the wall print covers a period of two years.
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