COS and Snarkitecture reveal snaking marble run installation in Seoul

The latest collaboration between COS and Snarkitecture sees a lilac-hued marble run suspended from the ceiling of the Gana Art Gallery in Seoul, South Korea.

The Marble Run installation is made up of four metal tracks, which snake through an all-white exhibition space inside the gallery.

Every five seconds, a glass marble travels across one of the tracks, before passing through into an adjoining room where it is dropped onto a pile of thousands of other marbles – described by the brand as a “scattered sea”.

Snarkitecture, made up of artists Daniel Arsham and Alex Mustonen, believes the gentle noise of the marbles travelling through the room will create a calming space for visitors.

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