A group of cyclists dumped 13 gallons of paint on the road at Berlin’s busy Rosenthaler Platz, creating a series of colourful lines as cars drove through. Thought it was an innovative to create a Guerilla Pattern / Surface installation on the side of a Protest.
.. Tony as a human Spirograph
Mesmerizing performance drawings by artist and dancer Tony Orrico. He is a human spirograph, performing works for up to 4 hours continuously!
Argentinian artist Leandro Erlich created this installation, simply called The Swimming Pool, for The 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art in Kanazawa, Japan. A 10cm layer of water over a piece of glass separates above from below. It must be a pretty serious piece of glass; some back-of-the-envelope math based on the published dimensions gives 1,100 kg (2400 lbs) of water that it has to support. Plus its own weight
Ryan gander .. thankyou
Robert and I met about 5 years ago, since we have tried to find a way to collaborate, as we both love each others work ….. no idea how as yet .. bit something will happen .. one day.
Troika are Eva Rucki, Conny Freyer and Sebastien Noel, I met them while studying at the Royal College of Art and later worked alongside them for the Termianal 5 Installations. They work with experiential artworks that can be positioned at the junction where art, architecture, and technical inventions intersect. Keep an eye on these guys .. they got it all
LA-based collaborative design and fabrication studio ball nogues just finished their
most recent public art proposal. the project consists of a sculpture situated on the
exterior wall of an existing parking structure at santa monica place - originally designed
by frank gehry - near the beach and third street promenade. the site is heavily trafficked
by tourists on foot and in automobiles. named ‘cradle’, the permanent artwork was installed on
tuesday, july 27, 2010. it measures 39 ft. wide and 36 ft. high.
the piece is an aggregation of mirror polished stainless steel spheres and operates structurally
like an enormous newton’s cradle (the ubiquitous toy found on the desktops of corporate executives).
each ball is suspended by a cable from a point on the wall and locked in position by a combination
of gravity and neighboring balls.