The art installation Forest of Numbers by French architect Emmanuelle Moureaux is designed to celebrate the National Art Center of Tokyo’s 10th anniversary, which is composed of 10 layers, each to represent the next 10 years, all of 60,000 multi-colored numbers divided into 100 shades that are arranged in three dimensional grids in the 6500 square foot exhibition space.
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