Spring isn’t the only thing blooming in Boston.
The Museum of Fine Arts installed a new inflatable lotus flower sculpture on its front lawn Wednesday afternoon, according to Boston magazine.
“Breathing Flower,” created by Seoul-based artist Choi Jeong Hwa, is a 20-foot-wide inflatable sculpture. Its red fabric petals move and glow, giving it the illusion of breathing.
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The installation is part of the museum’s upcoming contemporary exhibit “Megacities Asia,” which will be open from April 3 to July 17. The sculpture has also appeared in San Francisco and Sydney, according to Boston.
Check out Boston‘s “breathing flower” time lapse of the sculpture’s installation.