“Red Tree”, a public sculpture by Artefacting member Annalisa Iadicicco & local partner Alak Pathak:
for more photos, see the gallery: “Red Tree”; an art installation by Annalisa and Alak
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Thanks for keeping us informed about “Red Tree” and the meaning of the sculpture by Artefacting.
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