Koo Jeong A’s density will be exhibited in the grounds and gardens of Waddesdon Manor from 1 February.
Viewers are able to activate the geo-located works in specific areas and events around the world by downloading the Acute Art app. At Waddesdon, density will appear at four locations on the estate, where it is seen against 19th-century architecture and landscape, and at Windmill Hill Archive, one of two-prize-winning contemporary buildings.
The exhibition runs until 1 November 2020, for more information on admission opening times click here.
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