The Big Picture: Ultraviolet strands form this celestial tapestry

Sometimes you just need to grab 18 miles of fluorescent string, coat it in ultraviolet paint and stretch it along an art installation and hit it with black lights. At least that’s what artist Julien Salaud did recently with his “Stellar Cave” series. As My Modern Met observes, the threads are wrapped around nails to create images of animals, humans and other stuff in a way that’d evoke “mythology and mysticism.” The exhibits were on display at Israel’s Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art and you can check out more images at the links below.

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