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These are the Coachella 2022 art installations about to devour TikTok

The gates to Coachela are finally reopened for the first time since 2019 and so it’s time for music festivals participants to reach their first job order: Oh, good listening to musicwe assume, but before that, posing in front of photogenic art installations.

For the 2022 edition, the 11 installations on display come from artists from around the world and explore different topics, but they all revolve around the idea of ​​environmental sustainability in some way. Here is a brief description of the exhibited songs that will surely engulf your social media shows over the next two weekends.

Photo by Lance Gerber, courtesy of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts FestivalMutts by Oana Stanescu

of Oana Stanescu Mutnitsy has housed several floral puppies on the territory. The New York-based Romanian architect has filled steel frames in the shape of a dog with a mix of flowers.

Supported by Kiki Van Eyck
Photo by Julian Baysel, courtesy of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts FestivalSupported by Kiki Van Eyck

Dutch designer of Kiki Van Ike Supported has a blue, green and almost white huge buoy, each garnished with a different sculptural element, including a butterfly, a windmill and palm leaves.

Pashkul (BKF + H300) Martin Huberman
Photo by Lance Gerber, courtesy of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts FestivalPashkul (BKF + H300) Martin Huberman

Cocoon (BKF + H300) by Martin Huberman it looks like a cocoon – albeit one made from 300 reproductions of the popular BKF or chair with a butterfly. Like the architect, this chair originated in Buenos Aires.

Playground from Architensions
Photo by Julian Bajsel provided by the Coachella Valley Music and Arts FestivalPlayground from Architensions

Like something out of the background of a book by Dr. Seuss, based in New York and Rome Architensions’ Playground throws a piece of bizarre cityscape in the middle of the Empire Polo Club. The neat, colorful shapes by Alessandro Orsini and Nick Roseboro are actually a response to the one-story suburban sprawl of the surrounding desert.

Round Dimensions x Microscape by Christopher Chihoki
Photo by Lance Gerber, courtesy of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts FestivalRound Dimensions x Microscape by Christopher Chihoki
Round Dimensions x Microscape by Christopher Chihoki
Photo by Lance Gerber, courtesy of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts FestivalRound Dimensions x Microscape by Christopher Chihoki

An artist from the Coachella Valley of Christopher Chichotsky Round dimensions x Microscape corresponds to the use of water and the history of the desert. More than 25,000 feet of PVC pipes have been lined up to create a mirage mound with audiovisual performance spaces tucked underneath.

La Guardiana by LosDos
Photo by Julian Bajsel provided by the Coachella Valley Music and Arts FestivalLa Guardiana by LosDos

The duo of husband and wife Ramon and Christian Cardenas from El Paso, Texas made a guardian for the festival site with La Guardiana. The towering, child-bearing figure is dressed in enredo (sex), a rebozo (scarf) and a mask with horns and stands as a symbol to watch over immigrants from Mexico, Central America and beyond.

The art program also includes monumental sculptures of animals BigHorn sheep / horse by Don Kennell of Santa Fe as well Flowering culture by local artists after Raices Cultura School. There are also a few returning favorites: Robert Bose’s quarter-mile Chain of balloons continues to be the preferred portrait, and the DoLab stage (this year dubbing Warrior First) always brings a design flair to the terrain. In addition, the kaleidoscopic tower of NEWSUBSTANCE Spectra returns for his third year (part of a multi-year agreement that was postponed due to the festival’s two-season break).

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