Sneaky Serpents, slithering across the ground in an Amsterdam canal, by Tropisme Art and Science Collective

SNEAKY SERPENTS

Sneaky Serpents, slithering across the ground in an Amsterdam canal, by Tropisme Art and Science Collective

SNEAKY SERPENTS

TROPISME ART AND SCIENCE COLLECTIVE

THE NETHERLANDS

Sneaky Serpents is an installation by Tropism, a collective made up of six artists. The serpents slither across the ground like underwater glow worms until someone along the side of the canal claps or yells. Then consequently scurry away, back into the warm sludge that is their hiding place.

Photo's:
Cover: Copyright Janus van den Eijnden
Slider: Norrkoping

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Size adjustable to circumstances

  • suitable for on water
  • suitable for land
  • this artwork is suitable
    for suspension

About Tropisme Art and Science Collective

Tropism was founded in 1986 and consists of a collection of artists, photographers, media artists, designers, cinematographers and scientists. In their work the Tropists try to depict natural phenomena in new and unusual ways. Like Menno Schrap, Paul Godschalk, Robin Noorda and Alfred Marseille are doing with ‘You Lookin’ at me?’.

Want to know more? info@lightart-collection.com