The permanent installation called The Secret Carnival is made of steel and aluminium manually modelled as if they were strips of streamers.
Nearly 200 linear metres of ribbons painted in shimmering colours that adopt different and smooth shades depending on the light striking on them.
Its structure refers to the proportions of the domes of St. Mark’s Basilica. Stop inside this installation/gazebo to go into a ‘secret carnival’, a kaleidoscope of colours and reflections that opens the view to a corner of the garden otherwise hidden.
Small masks, scattered over a surface, create a play of gazes.
At night, it is lighted with LED lights.
Palazzo Venart Luxury Hotel
S. Croce, 1961, 30135 Venice