Indianapolis, New York – Andrea Zittel
Photography: Jessica Dunn and Michael Runge
Can’t afford an island? Make one!
This tiny, inhabitable island was created by artist Andrea Zittel. Designed as an installation at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, it’s accessible only by rowboat.
The igloo-like floating island is 20 foot in diameter and is made of fibreglass and foam. The plan is that a different artist can live there every summer and alter certain features of the island to suit their needs.
The video below feature the current resident, Katherine Ball, and her six-week residency entitled “No Swimming”.
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