In Russia, a group of Estonian architects created a 170-ft long trampoline in the middle of a forest of the remote region of Nikola-Lenivets, four hours from Moscow.
Called “Fast Track”, the art experiment was designed to allow people to experience their environment in a new way as an experiment  on art, architecture and socio-cultural norms. It’s part of the 2012 Archstoyanie, an annual festival that allows artists–especially architects–to build creative experiments in different fields of art and culture.
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