Erkunde Skulptur, Lichtkunstinstallation und noch mehr!
This summer, artist Olafur Eliasson collaborates with architect Ma Yansong to create a sensory installation at the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing. The installation challenges visitors’ perception and balance by playing with artificial fog, light spectrum, lowered ceiling and inclined floors — blurring usual references. Senses are fully engaged – visitors have to find new ways to visually and spatially understand their environment in order to navigate through it.
Olafur Eliasson / David Adjaye: Your Black Horizon. Lopud Art Pavilion, Croatia.
United Visual Artists: Speed of Light (London, 2010) In April 2010, the installation took over all four storeys of the industrial art-space Bargehouse on the Thames riverside for a period of 10 days. Visitors were invited to immerse themselves in a massive labyrinth of laser sculptures, built on the idea of speed being light, and light being data. Winner of the Creative Review Annual Award 2011 and listed Best in Book for the same Award. watch the video
Installation...silent witness our inner most thoughts displayed beautifully in space metaphorically alluding to the secrets we keep behind deceptive smiles. The contrast between what we project and our darkest fears forms an interplay between perception, emotion and reality. Perspective lies at the heart of this work which sensitively discusses the complexities of our emotive landscape. Colette Gambell Fine Art
True democracy must come from a place of empathy and love rather than…
"Passage". Cornelia Konrads. Skulpturenlandschaft Osnabrück (Germany). Installation on a forest clearing. Branches, steelrope, iron. x x m.
Eigentlich verstehe ich selbst unter dem Begriff "Lightpainting" etwas anderes, als Künstler Stephen Knapp es hier zeigt. Eher Langzeitbelichtungs-Aufnahme
Fondation Beyeler, Riehen bei Basel. Sammlung für Kunst der Klassischen Moderne im Museumsbau von Renzo Piano. Wechselnde Sonderaussellungen
Kilian Rüthemann - 'The Sound of Many Voices'
Verblüffende Perspektiven dank Magnetband: Installation “Tube” von Zilvinas Kempinas