Brasilian visual artist Ernesto Neto (b. 1964) creates large-scale sculptural installations. Neto‘s distinct works mimick organic landscapes or imaginary dwellings; anthropomorphic shapes evoke the human body. Amorphous shapes made of stretchy white material stuffed with aromatic spices, pigments, rice or styrofoam pellets seem to grow from the ceiling. Their fragrance and tactile quality invites visitors to engage not just visually, but with all their senses, including smell and touch.