A wide arrangement of suspended stones make the subject of a surprising installation. Korean artist Jaehyo Lee used natural stones found in nature to construct a different arrangement than we’re used to – three dimensional constructions of manipulated nature that surprise the extensive work load leading to a nature-based, man-manipulated reality. Working with different materials – such as stone, wood, steel and nail, the artist creates interpretation of the world around us – capturing the essence of each material in a series of interesting installations. This Suspended Stone Installation includes cylinder and rounded shapes, arranged to shape tunnel or ball-like compositions –  all featuring natural, non-manipulated stones hanging by threads from the ceiling and contouring these captivating shapes.