Sculpting with Fog in Boston's Emerald Necklace

  Fog x Canopy (#72509_Fens)  fog billows across the adjacent playing fields.

Fog x Canopy (#72509_Fens) fog billows across the adjacent playing fields.

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Emerald Necklace Conservancy in Boston for artist Fujiko Nagasaki created five site specific fog sculptures throughout the Greenway, which disperse magical fog on the hour and half hour across the landscape.

The immersive sculptures are in the Back Bay Fens, Olmsted Park, Jamaica Pond, the Arnold Arboretum, and Franklin Park and respond to the climates and humans who move through them wherever they are. Soft clouds of fog will appear from dawn to dusk until shifting their shapes over the course of the day to react to wind patterns, humidity, temperature, and gravity.

The pieces are up through October 31st.  I highly recommend a walk through!

To find out where the different pieces are check out the map here.

   Fog x Island (#72509_Leverett Pond)

Fog x Island (#72509_Leverett Pond)

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