This installation is imagined and made by Bea et Mecha Palacio, respectively designer and architect. Reminding the celestial shape and curls of clouds, this ceiling ensemble of white cylinders immerse the visitor into peaceable and poetic atmosphere. To discover below.
French artist Élise Morin, that we’ve known thanks to her first installation Waste Landscape in Paris, comes back with the same project to represent France during the Art Festival White Night 2014, in Slovakia, at the Kunsthalle – Hall of Art. In the middle of 40 artistic projects lead by creators coming from 14 countries, she has introduced her amazing and shining hills made with 60 000 CD sewn by hand.
We’ve talked many times about him, the Danish artist Olafur Eliasson produced extraordinary works that play, through facilities, with the viewer’s perception of the space. This time, there is a passage in which visitors observe the effect of fluctuating light and reflections created by acrylic color effect and acrylic mirrors.
Stellar Axis : Antarctica is an installation of 99 blue balloons in the middle of the Antarctica, made by the artist Lita Albuquerque followed by James Turell, Christo, the astronaut Simon Balm and photographer Jean de Pomereu. They’ve wanted to create a “modern Stonehenge” and to reflect the constellations we can see there, at 12 noon, in the Summer Solstice. Each balloon has the size of the star it refers to.
For the MARKA 2014 International Brand Conference in Istanbul, creative Turkish studio Ouchhh and producer Bi’Şeyler New Media Works have designed “Cygnus” : a light installation that immerges 2000 viewers in a constellation and black hole experience. A tribute to the Swan Constellation discovered in 1971 where we can see the star CYGNUS X-1binary spreading X-rays.
Brazilian street artist Nele Azevedo is famous for her tiny ice sculptures. In the form of a thousand faceless ice men figurines installed on stairs all around the world, these silhouettes transform into a dramatic installation when they begin to melt on the ground. Find out more in the gallery.
Romanian architecture collective visualSKIN has made a very beautiful installation for the Light Festival in Amsterdam. They designed a 3D projection of a 17th-century ship with water and light projections that can be admired through different angles. In reference of Dutch ship “The Amsterdam” who has drowned during a trip to Batavia in 1749, the “Ghost Ship” is to discover in images.
Besides furniture, the Studio Nomad also creates installations. For the music Hungarian festival Sziget, which happens each year, they have imagined this installation named “Mirage Pavilion”, inspired by camouflage patterns of World War II’s battleships. This ephemeral artwork features 1200 mirrors in losange, suspended in the middle of trees.
Artist Douglas Gordon has transformed the ground of the Park Avenue Armory into a giant reflective lake. The installation “Tears Become… Streams Become…” hosted French pianist Hélène Grimaud for ten performances in this aesthetic place by its symmetry. At the beginning of her performance, the ground was dry, then when she started to play, the water begun to spread and pour through the room. To discover until 4th January.
“Kinematope” is an installation executed by artist Pablo Valbuena during Nuit Blanche 2014 edition. Inside the future platform of a parisian railway, the artist installed a massive light and sound effect worthy of a science-fiction movie. An impressive experience featuring progressive moving lights. To discover in images and video.