Floor of Seeds

Floor of Seeds

This is Ai Weiwei’s art, a hundred million realistic looking sunflower seeds made of porcelain. Each of the seed was hand painted by an army of 1,600 Chinese artisans and scattered all over the floor of the Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall in London. Due to some health and dust issue, visitors are no longer allowed to walk across floor and picking up seeds. Video after the jump.


Floor of Seeds

Floor of Seeds

Floor of Seeds


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