After his series “Suburban”, the artist Ian Strange reveals this new facility “Landed”. The work represents the reconstruction of a suburban home Australia 1920 on the steps of the Art Gallery of South Australia. Home, all in black, seems to have fallen from heaven, and have embarked on the front of the gallery.
Lauren Fensterstock is an American artist who makes black paper installations and shapes ephemeral landscapes in the middle of rooms. She works the shapes of flowers, grass, lakes in paper to make them look like real natural environments. Her poetic and dark work is to discover in the next part of the article.
The artist Danae Stratou, industrial designer Alexandra Stratou and the architect Stella Constantinides have collaborated together to set in 2 years this installation in the middle of the Egyptian Desert near the Red Sea in El Gouna. From the sky, we can see circular patterns in relief or in hollow which extend on 100 000 square metters.
Based to Barcelona Penique Productions is a collective of artists who create processing facilities in public areas. The Group uses massive plastic balloons that are inflated inside buildings. Coupled with outdoor lighting that illuminates the colored plastic, the results can be beautifully dramatic, almost unrecognizable this new environment of real space.
London-based art and design studio United Visual Artists has created a particular light installation for the Barbican Centre. It consists in matching the light’s movements to different emitted sounds. “Momentum” project is to discover in video and through Bethany Clark’s photos in the next part of the article.
The creative agency The Barbarian Group, based in New York, asked Clive Wilkinson Architects to design an office to obtain a greater solidarity among 125 business colleagues specializing in digital. Reinventing the function of office furniture, Superdesk is a great initiative, offering one giant office circulating in the open space and creating cohesion between employees.
Canadian artist Michel de Broin makes creative and original installations in different European or American countries. Chairs or tables forming a block, a chimney-television or a reversed statue of Liberty, this artist surprises us in each idea. A panorama of his installations is to discover in the next part of the article.
American designer Anne Patterson did an elegant installation to celebrate Grace Cathedral’s 100 years of music, in San Francisco. This visual creation wants to make the music played in this place more majestuous and profound with a connexion between sound and light. Ribbons used as trompe-l’oeil are here to symbolize rays of light as a way to connect the spirituel world to Earth, God to the terrestrial prayers who rise in the air.
Chinese artist Wenda Gu picked hair in nearly 325 hair salons ans barbershops in 18 countries imagined Bable of the Millennium installation, to see in the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Offering compositions hair, impressive creations, drawing particular hidéogrammes are discovered in a series of images in the future.
Nonotak Studio imagined for the Festival Insanitus 2013 Kaunas, Lithuania, the audiovisual installation Daydream V.2 which seeks to establish a physical connection between the virtual space and real space, wanting to blur the boundaries and immersing the viewer . A very successful and confusing creation to discover in video.
The Spanish artist SpY had the idea to install in the front of this library of university of Franche-Comté Sciences Sport in Besançon an vegetative circle. As part of his series Bien Urbain, this creation called Grow of the most beautiful effect is to discover in images in the future.