Posts tagged as 'Art'
Posted by Walter Phillips on 22.11.2013 - Tagged as: Art
‘Lucid Stead’ light art installation by Phillip K. Smith III, photo: Steve King
Architect, artist Phillip K Smith III recently revealed his light based project, Lucid Stead, in Joshua Tree, California during what was expected to be a two day event for a handful of viewers – that turned into more than 400 people making the journey over two weekends. People from as far away as New York City and Canada traveled to the California High Desert to experience it.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 26.09.2013 - Tagged as: Art
‘Synthetic Nature’ by Vlad Tenu
London-based architect Vlad Tenu’s Synthetic Nature is a collection of prototypes conceived and created through holistic architectural design research into the genesis of form and space.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 12.09.2013 - Tagged as: Art, Moment Factory, Montreal
‘Megaphone’ interactive urban installation by Moment Factory
Visitors to downtown Montreal explore the festive side of public speaking with ‘Megaphone’, an interactive art installation by Moment Factory. As participants speak into Megaphone, their voices are transformed, in real time, into images projected onto the façade of a University of Quebec in Montreal (UQAM) building, leaving their visual “footprint” on the urban landscape.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 11.08.2013 - Tagged as: Art, LAb[au]
M0za1que_4x4x4 kinetic light art by LAb[au]
3D reliefs of geometric patterns evolving from the logic of a simple algorithm, programs such as a cellular automata, are created by 64 individually controlled motorised tiles in M0za1que_4x4x4, a kinetic light art installation by LAb[au].
Posted by Walter Phillips on 01.08.2013 - Tagged as: Architecture, Art, Hello Wood
Hello Wood 2013, jury-prize winner Poliphony, “The architects created a place where our senses spring back to life and where our hearing, touching, smelling and moving melt into one whole experience that creates an intense connection between poeple and nature.” Photo: Kékesi Donát.
The 2013 edition of Hello Wood, a multidisciplinary art camp where well-known and recognized experts and artists share their knowledge with talented students, this year gave 120 young designers and architects the opportunity to work with the field’s best international minds in order to rediscover the significance of vanishing human connections.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 25.07.2013 - Tagged as: Art, colours
‘Works on Reflection II’ by Kim Thome
London-based artist and designer Kim Thome’s ‘Works On Reflection II’ combines colour, geometry and patterns in a spatial installation that uses an entire gallery space as the canvas.
Art Warehouse in Boeotia by A31 Architecture; photo by Yiannis Hadjiaslanis
Athens-based architectural practice A31 Architecture have realised this sombre, monolithic Art Warehouse located in a Greek village of Dilesi in Boeotia region. Developed as a workshop for an artist, the detached structure is made of reinforced concrete which was completed in three separate phases. (more…)
Sol LeWitt, Buried Cube Containing an Object of Importance but Little Value, 1968 - Visser collection – Photos Gert Jan van Rooij
An exhibition dedicated to the late Dutch furniture designer Martin Visser has recently opened at Maastricht’s Bonnefanten museum. Titled Martin Visser – collector, designer, free spirit, the show focuses on Visser’s significance for visual art, design and architecture in the Netherlands. On view until 17 June 2012, the exhibition showcases over a hundred paintings, sculptures, photographs and various works on paper from Visser’s extensive art collection, number of works in situ originally developed for Visser’s Bergeijk home in 60s and 70s, as well as eight furniture designs created by Visser such as the iconic 1958 sofa bed BR 02. (more…)