VIDEO: Wolfgang Laib on Bringing His "Pollen From Hazelnut" to the MoMA

For more than 30 years, Wolfgang Laib has utilized pollen to express the purity and philosophical complexity of nature in his artworks. "Pollen from Hazelnut" at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMa) is his largest pollen installation to date (read ARTINFO executive editor Ben-19076">Ben Davis's review of the work, here). Recently, we spoke to Laib at the museum's Marron Atrium, got a glimpse of him in action maintaining the piece, and discussed about the symbolic nature of his work and its relationship with humanity.