Obviously it looks like a diamond. Why is it called a "violin"? Perhaps the inner world of the artist is beyond our understanding. Pieces of triangular metal plates are spliced together, and they look like crumpled paper balls. It's really beautiful under the blue sky. It penetrates the sun and the wind. You can enter inside and look up at the blue sky outside the white mesh. The same works by Fujimoto Sou, and the "distant hills" outside the Shanghai Himalayas Museum.
[Scenery] Naoshima Violin is really a peculiar attraction...net celebrity attractions, the hotel booked on Ctrip is nearby and you can check in.
[Fun] Taking pictures is special, and the scenery nearby is also good, you can come and stroll around
Seeing the comments of many netizens, I feel relieved. It seems that my ability to understand art is the same as most people--that is, I can't understand at all. Why is this artwork called a violin? It is obviously more like a translucent diamond! This is a large white metal net, drilled into the net, through the dense grid, you can see the transparent sky outside. Whether to be protected in the big net, or to rush out to feel the blue sky and white clouds that are more free, everyone should have different ideas.
The Chinese name of this artwork is called the violin, but no matter what angle I look at it, I can’t see the appearance of a violin, and I don’t understand why the master artist gave his work such a name. Although the artwork is very esoteric, taking pictures is really beautiful. Especially when I got into the belly of the violin, the white net and the blue sky are all good-looking.
To be honest, I can't understand why this thing is called a violin. In my eyes, it looks more like a diamond, especially under such a blue sky. This is the work of the famous Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto. It is about 100 meters away from Miyaura Port of Naoshima, and you can see it from a distance when you disembark. The inside of this violin can be entered, you can jump freely inside, and it is very beautiful to take pictures.