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15/11/2021
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The “Equilibrium”

The “Equilibrium” at the Japan House in Sao Paulo, Brazil, is an artistic installation made with over 9,000 balloons created by Japanese artist duo Daisy Balloon (Rie Hosokai and Takashi Kawada), inspired by the cycles of nature and showing the inevitability of the passage of time through balloons.

The “Equilibrium” at the Japan House in Sao Paulo, Brazil, is an artistic installation made with over 9,000 balloons created by Japanese artist duo Daisy Balloon (Rie Hosokai and Takashi Kawada), inspired by the cycles of nature and showing the inevitability of the passage of time through balloons. AFP
The “Equilibrium” at the Japan House in Sao Paulo, Brazil, is an artistic installation made with over 9,000 balloons created by Japanese artist duo Daisy Balloon (Rie Hosokai and Takashi Kawada), inspired by the cycles of nature and showing the inevitability of the passage of time through balloons. AFP
The “Equilibrium” at the Japan House in Sao Paulo, Brazil, is an artistic installation made with over 9,000 balloons created by Japanese artist duo Daisy Balloon (Rie Hosokai and Takashi Kawada), inspired by the cycles of nature and showing the inevitability of the passage of time through balloons. AFP
The “Equilibrium” at the Japan House in Sao Paulo, Brazil, is an artistic installation made with over 9,000 balloons created by Japanese artist duo Daisy Balloon (Rie Hosokai and Takashi Kawada), inspired by the cycles of nature and showing the inevitability of the passage of time through balloons. AFP
The “Equilibrium” at the Japan House in Sao Paulo, Brazil, is an artistic installation made with over 9,000 balloons created by Japanese artist duo Daisy Balloon (Rie Hosokai and Takashi Kawada), inspired by the cycles of nature and showing the inevitability of the passage of time through balloons. AFP

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