A jungle in the library

November 9, 2010 at 5:39 pm Leave a comment

photo by Scott Johnson

Colorado College student Max Robillard, of CC’s Integrative Design Club, created a small jungle at CC’s Tutt Library using plants found throughout the building. He says:

“I saw it as a simple, easy public space intervention. I just wanted to give people in the library something new, and to offer them a pseudo-shelter, or retreat, from the public space that the library is. My friends and I put it together on Sunday afternoon, and we took it down Monday night.”

Thanks, Carol Dickerson!

Entry filed under: academic libraries, art, perpetrated by students or patrons, Tutt Library Colorado College.

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