Reverse City by Cameroon-born artist Pascale Marthine Tayou, located in rural Japan. Fixed to a stainless steel frame, rows of giant colored pencils hover in the air. On each enormous pencil, you'll find the name of one of the world's countries.
Cameroonian artist Pascale Marthine Tayou created his latest installation at Art Basel Unlimited 2015 by building a giant tree that produced plastic bags. The tree is not only supposed to stand as a representation of the harmful effects of pollution, but
'Children paint plexiglass and make an outdoor exhibit for them to walk through. Viachroma by Rowena Martinich: Pedestrians are enveloped in colored lights and shadows as sunlight passes throught at different times of day.