Susumu Shingu’s art could not exist without the wind. His elegant sculptures are animated by the slightest breath and thereby reveal the intangible but omnipresent nature of air.

This “atmospheric” material sculpted by the artist emphasizes his relationship with the world and his ecological conscience. All his work is underpinned by the harmonious quest for the rhythms and vibrations of nature via which wind, water, light, rain, snow become the main actors in his production.

The exhibition at Mudam presents Wind Caravan, a set of 21 sculptures animated by the wind in the park while the Mudam Large Hall hosts Water Tree a majestic artwork that plays with water and its reflections.