U.S. artist Phillip K. Smith III has created a striking and original piece of installation art called Lucid Stead in the desert near Joshua Tree, California that has been turning heads due to the graceful and beautiful way in which it interacts with its environment. To create the striking piece, Smith took a 70-year-old homestead cabin and ripped out parts of the walls, replacing these strips with mirrors.
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This large-scale installation by Tomás Saraceno in Düsseldorf, Germany is suspended in 20 meters height above the piazza of K21 Ständehaus and covers an area of 2500 sq. meters. It was fairly entitled “in orbit”.
When our devices read our minds we may not need fingers. The Ascent Project imagines how the human hand will evolve in the increasingly digital world!
Every time you look up the sky, an elderly citizen 20 ft above the ground would be the last thing you’d expect to see. To our surprise, Germany-based artist, director and choreographer Angie Hiesl makes that chance very much possible.
New York based artist and designer Kevin Champeny must really like gummy bears. Therefore he decided to incorporate them in home furnishing and design. Champeny created a “Candelier” – a chandelier made out of over 3,000 acrylic gummy bears.
Abandoned oil silo ain’t no art gallery but even there art might find a place. Since Helsinki is the 2012 World Design Capital, it is trying to go out of its ways to stand up to the title. One of those efforts is making fascinating wind-controlled LED light installation out of old silo in the Kruunuvuorenranta District (Gosh, what a name!). It is called Silo 468.