Jan 28, 2019
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Artist Resurrects Ancient Building Site with Incredible Wire Mesh Installation

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EDOARDO TRESOLDI
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At the Archaeological Park of Siponto in Foggia, Italy, artist Edoardo Tresoldi (featured previously) has brought an ancient building site to life with an incredible, full-scale building made from wire mesh.

Entitled Basilica di Siponto, the temporary installation resurrects the ancient port town’s architectural style, letting visitors explore and interact with the sculpture in a way that brings the area’s history to life.

At night, the wire mesh structure is stunningly illuminated giving visitors an entirely different experience of the structure and its surroundings. For more, check out Tresoldi’s work at the links below.

 

EDOARDO TRESOLDI
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EDOARDO TRESOLDI
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EDOARDO TRESOLDI
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Photograph by Blind Eye Factory

 

EDOARDO TRESOLDI
Facebook | Behance | Instagram
Photograph by Blind Eye Factory

 

EDOARDO TRESOLDI
Facebook | Behance | Instagram
Photograph by Blind Eye Factory

 

EDOARDO TRESOLDI
Facebook | Behance | Instagram
Photograph by Blind Eye Factory

 

EDOARDO TRESOLDI
Facebook | Behance | Instagram
Photograph by Blind Eye Factory

 

EDOARDO TRESOLDI
Facebook | Behance | Instagram
Photograph by Blind Eye Factory

 

EDOARDO TRESOLDI
Facebook | Behance | Instagram
Photograph by Blind Eye Factory

 

EDOARDO TRESOLDI
Facebook | Behance | Instagram
Photograph by Blind Eye Factory

 

EDOARDO TRESOLDI
Facebook | Behance | Instagram
Photograph by Blind Eye Factory

 

EDOARDO TRESOLDI
Facebook | Behance | Instagram
Photograph by Blind Eye Factory

 

 

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archaeology · ARCHITECTURE · art · BEST OF · conceptual · HISTORY · installation · interactive · sculpture · top · TRAVEL · wire

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