Australian boutique cosmetic-maker Aēsop has snuck out a new pop-up display in the heart of New York with the help of renowned architect Frido Escobedo. Occupying a corner of Brooklyn’s Invisible Dog Art Centre, the temporary installation is both a platform for Aēsop’s premium range of hair and skincare products and a work of conceptual art. The centerpiece, a large glass-fronted wooden case set against one wall, is filled with row upon row of colored sand, layered to appear like peaks in a mountain range. Over the coming weeks the sand will slowly shift, eroding the original peaked slopes to create entirely new ones. To see it for yourself, simply head to the Invisible Dog Art Centre any time between now and late July.
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