Gigantic works of public art adorn the rolling hills of Gibbs Farm in Auckland, New Zealand. Commissioned works created by famed artist like Anish Kapoor, Neil Dawson, and Marijke de Goey to name a few, flow with the land, creating a sense that the art fell from the sky or simply grew from the earth. A massive, eye-catching flying carpet/floating sheet of paper seems cartoonish and 2 dimensional, but is really constructed of welded steel, while a giant horn-like sculpture fills a valley. The pieces are interactive, giving audiences places to sit, climb, or walk on!
Check out more gigantic public art works at Gibbs Farm.
Written by Whitney Washington