This Time-Lapse Video Of An Art Installation Made Of Garbage Is Oddly Soothing

Small Moons is an art installation by SuttonBeresCuller, a collective of three artists (John Sutton, Ben Beres, and Zac Culler), that was displayed at the Land of Tomorrow gallery in Louisville, Kentucky last fall.

The artists also made a time-lapse film that showcases what went into the building of Small Moons on Vimeo, and it’s weirdly relaxing to watch.

The three-minute video follows the progress of the four sculptures from their wire frame beginnings to the completed, chaotic exteriors. To create the appearance of a jumped sphere of “garbage,” the three artists attached everything from bicycles to teddy bears onto the original frame.

Only after watching the video does one realise how carefully constructed each globe’s exterior actually was.

See the time lapse video below (via TrendHunter):

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