When I lived in Tokyo, I was fortunate to visit some beautiful zen gardens but nothing like the Klunk installation by Gelitin. Japanese gardens are a living work of art in which the plants and trees are ever changing with the seasons. As they grow and mature, they are constantly sculpted to maintain and enhance the overall experience; hence, a Japanese garden is never the same and never really finished. One must ensure that all the stones, right down to the front of the arrangement, are placed with their best sides showing. In this case, we’re not talking about stones.