New light installation designed by Liz West, opened this weekend at the National Media Museum of Bradford in celebration of the International Year of the light by UNESCO. From 18 July to 1 November 2015, visitors can experience the science of lights through various talented artist’s works.
Prana is an interactive installation of lights designed by the creative studio B-Reel and exhibit at Fridman Gallery (NY), until July 31. Using radar technology, the Xethru respiration sensor and with its 13,000 LEDs, the sculpture gives the intensity of its light as breaths visitors. This artwork sticks with the energy of each present person. ...
Turkish Ceramics commissioned Turkish creative at SO? Architecture and Ideas to design a summer installation at the entrance of the Royal Academy of Arts in London. Through their work, they had to think about the concept of transformation; that’s how Unexpected Hill was born. In the construction the materials used, they made a material in blue...
The work of American artist James Turrell has recently undergone a huge retrospective at the National Gallery of Australia located in Canberra. In a very characteristic way, it immerses voids colored vivid or muted colors lights that immerse the visitor in an atmosphere related to dreams.
Jakub Geltner, based in Prague, is one of the artists who participated in the event of the “Sculpture by the Sea” in Denmark, Aarhus. This Czech artist is known for his installations “nests” and parables of surveillance cameras in the nature and on the facades of public buildings. For this annual festival, he decided to...
For the Croisement Festival opening ceremony in Guangzhou, Visual System imagined the “VS Carre X”: an interactive cube 3 meters wide, built by Grand and projecting light reacts according the sound. This facility is powered by an original soundtrack by Thomas Vaquié that maximizes the public immersion.
Designed by the artist and scientific Jonty Hurwitz, “Hurwitz Singularity” is an anamorphic sculpture made from an analysis of four dimensions of his own head. This installation intrigue by the precision and the visual changes according to the perspective view.
Each year, as part of the Architecture & Urban Design program, Pratt Institute students design installations that explore the possibilities of digital manufacturing. This year, the students’ work was exhibited by Michael Szivos and Ryan Whitby from New York design SOFTlab studio. It’s a suspension of 800 laser-cut panels undulating in a colors gradation.
Street-artist Bordallo II, based in Lisbon, Portugal, has made a new creation called “Big Raccoon”. His work is created from waste and other found objects, painted and mounted on the wall. The result gives a surprising work in three dimensions.
This valiant market place by Marni during the Milan Design Week is directly inspired by colorful market of Bogota, Colombia. All furnitures and supports are made cleverly. The brand varies colors and dimensions, inviting visitors to conviviality and sharing.