Here's a second look at Daniel Arsham's "Hourglass" exhibition at the High. This second installation transforms a second-floor space into a monochromatic blue Zen garden, complete with a Japanese pagoda, tatami mats, petrified trees and ornately raked blue sand. I love this description from the museum's website, because it's so true: "Whereas time seems to flood the lobby installation, here the garden’s stillness evokes a sense of timelessness." And it truly does.
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