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撰寫日期: 2014年10月24日

“Toshiko Horiuchi MacAdam’s crocheted playscapes, which have gone viral, have organic shapes and eye-popping colors; like something out of a Dr. Seuss book,” says Playscapes blogger Paige Johnson. “They are a unique way to experience an artwork...through play.” MacAdam’s Woods of Net at the Open-Air Museum is no exception. Knit entirely by hand, the playground allows children to crawl in, swing on, and jump through the vibrant netting. The work itself is sheltered by a Lincoln Log–esque pavilion, providing visitors a break from both the outdoor elements and the more adult-oriented exhibits at the museum.

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