The Glass Garden

Main Hall, Radboud UMC Nijmegen, the Netherlands
Glass blocks, Metal. Sculptures: Copper, Stainless Steel, 3 D prints , Flax, Felt, Textile, Lasercutted materials and objects related to the hospital.
Ernst Moritz
Let Geerling

The Glass Garden consists of 800 glass blocks. Sculptures grow  in 250 blocks; copper structures,  glass blown shapes, stainless steel spheres and coral-like landscapes made of felt and 3 D prints. Other blocks contain objects that are related to the hospital, handed in by departments involved, and relations of the Radboud UMC. These objects, too, transform inside the glass blocks. The work is a kaleidoscope through which patients, staff and visitors can walk and return, as eye comfort and a place to stay for a while. Thanks to Radboud UMC, Mondriaan fund, Prince Bernhard Culture fund, Let Geerling, Marscha van Bentum, Bouwzaken Radboud UMC and Fiction Factory.

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