French artist Pierre Huyghe unveiled his large-scale masterpiece for the Biennale of Sydney – an indoor rain forest – free access 24 hours only.
The chairs and stage of the Concert Hall have been removed and literally transplanted with a magical forest of trees blanketed in a light mist suggesting early morning dawn.
The vast installation of more than 1000 trees borrowed from nurseries around Sydney has been created to fit with the biennale theme Revolutions: Forms That Turn.
“I’m a bit tired, that’s true,” Huyghe said.
“It took a while to install this but for me it is always a pleasure.”