Talasnik's "Floating World Installation" is "made up of many components and some of them have been tethered all summer," she adds, "so when there's a slight wind, they move. There is this interactive environment that I think provides a unique experience to the visitors here."
But they'll want to visit soon: The majory if the sculptures will be taken down on November 4, after the show ends this Sunday. However, some will stick around until January, Eldred says, "because they have held up and will look great in snow and lights at night."The Gardens generally plans indoor shows that work well with any outside exhibits. To go with Kizuna, the Gardens first featured Kenichi Nagakura's unconventional bamboo basket-weaving in Fluid Duality.