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Azuma Makoto takes his 50-year-old bonsai to the last places you'd ever expect to see a tree

In order to capture the first first four photographs in this gallery, which are featured in the new exhibit, Makoto and his team traveled around the globe with the framed bonsai sculpture. Using a crane-like contraption, the tree-in-a-box has been dangled above an active geyser, where the sculpture is partially obscured by the density of the delicate mist. Related: Underwater bonsai brings a new calm to a thousand-year-old tradition The photographs seem minimalist in nature.
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