This piece is entitled ENDLESS SERPENTINE and was made by Parisian design superstarts M/M (Paris). The installation sits outside The Art Institute of Chicago and features the imagery of the great Jacques Roubaud, as part of the institutes ‘Hyperlinks’ exhibition which runs through till July 20th.

“The Internet has undoubtedly transformed the world we live in; its unprecedented access to and layering of information lead to greater interaction and engagement, and a complex understanding of our place in the world. However, this innovative method of accumulating and remixing data is also occurring across the fields of architecture and design. A fluid exchange between these disciplines—fueled by advances in production processes, materials research, social and environmental concerns, and influences drawn from scientific and biological research—is resulting in new attitudes to architecture and design that are opening up these subject areas and stretching their range of influence.”