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Usually art has just aesthetic value, this is the main difference between architecture and art; today`s little subject its somewhere in between: an extraordinary spontaneous city structure for birds representing and enhancing the urban green space biodiversity.
It`s entitled Spontaneous City in the Tree of Heaven and for us it`s a sculptural installation that emphasizes the ecology and biodiversity of two different sides of contemporary London: Duncan Terrace in the East and Cremorne Gardens in the west.
The small little sculpture creates an extraordinary heaven, a Pleasure Garden for birds, in this manner connecting to Cremorne Garden`s former history as one of London Pleasure Gardens and a the much-favored former Tea Garden (which is a smaller version of a Pleasure Garden) located in Islington less then a mile away from Duncan Terrace Gardens.
The aim of Spontaneous City materialized in the Tree of Heaven was to promote biodiversity in urban green spaces and enhance them. We find this small installation and gesture and extraordinary and we invite you to express yourself on the matter in the comment section bellow.