Mysteryland builds a lasting piece of art for Haarlemmermeer

Artist duo ATM builds a lasting work of art on the shore of Big Spotters Hill (you know, the pyramid next to where the Q-dance stage shines). With the 16-meter-high Waterlelie, we thank the municipality and local residents for their years of dedication and cooperation. At Mysteryland, you can admire this gigantic piece of work for the first time, after Mysteryland, the installation is free for all to view. The construction process is as follows today viaInstagram.

Marisja Smit and Thijs Trompert have created art several times for Mysteryland. The most famous work is the Mainstage from back in 2014, inspired by the owl as a totem animal. Marisja: “We spent three years to get the necessary permits for this gigantic project. It’s great that we finally started now with our life’s work.”

This gigantic piece of art that is mainly made of recycled wood is an ode to the lush environment that is full of beautiful water lilies. The artwork contains 105,000 screws and 5,000 nuts, and bolts.

Installation art alongside DJs

For years, Mysteryland attracts leading local artists and from abroad. This year the Mainstage is designed by the American artist Kate Raudenbush, who is well known for her work at Burning Man. Balloon Artist Robert Bose comes with his Balloon Chain for the first time to Europe, and the art collective of WERC present their giant light installation on the water at the bottom of the pyramid. Some other projects at the festival are Social Sparkles from Studio Tour and the Kunstpad in cooperation with Cultuur + Ondernemen.

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