A spectacular use of color characterizes the work of German artist Katharina Grosse. Her latest exhibition titled "Wunderblock" includes an indoor installation featuring large mounds of soil covered in blotches and streaks of rainbow spray paint. The explosion of color extends to a wall to create an abstract piece of drips and shadows. Grosse creates a space that visitors can physically enter and pass through, allowing them to experience a barrage of color from all sides.

Grosse's exhibition also features Color Objects, abstract sculptural pieces made of fiberglass reinforced plastic, which are displayed in the outdoor garden areas. "Wunderblock" is on view through September 1 at the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas, Texas.

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[via Designboom]