In Not Red But Green, Trondheim-based installation artist Per Kristian Nygård crammed mini hills and valleys of turf into one room of Oslo’s NoPlace Gallery. The unlikely landscape which explores “the limitations and possibilities of space” is “an antithesis to the organised architectural environment.”

That’s for sure!

NoPlace Oslo
NoPlace Oslo

We would love to crawl into the soft, grassy green that Nygard created and nap and…dream.

NoPlace Oslo
NoPlace Oslo

Wouldn’t it be lovely to be able to have a room in an urban apartment that could exist like this, an unlikely retreat?

 

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