This Must Be Kinda What It's Like Trapped Inside of a Snow Globe

Hundreds of pounds of feathers, rising, swirling and settling in a 50-feet installation—Tokujin Yoshioka's "snow" aims to evoke the snowscapes of our memories. I hope it's really cold inside.

It's part of three-artist exhibition, "Sensing Nature," which invites you to observe aspects of the natural world from an entirely new perspective. The artists take on a myriad of natural subjects: forests, light, snow, and wind, illustrating how nature can incorporate and involve all forms of life.

This Must Be Kinda What It's Like Trapped Inside of a Snow Globe

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