Jennifer Angus Covers the Walls of the Renwick Gallery with Patterns Made Up of Insects

To celebrate the two-year renovation of the Renwick Gallery , the Smithsonian American Art Museum transformed the entire space into an immersive artwork with their debut exhibition, "WONDER". Nine leading contemporary artists are each taking over different galleries in the building, creating site-specific installations inspired by the Renwick. As part of the exhibit, artist Jennifer Angus covered the gallery walls in spiraling, geometric designs reminiscent of wallpaper or textiles, but made using 5,000 specimens of different species of shimmering, brightly-colored insects.

Find out more about Jennifer Angus' work here.

via [Designboom]