Japanese art collective teamLab have designed the Floating Flower Garden : an interactive and immersive installation of 2300 suspended flowers, located in Tokyo. The suspensions are controlled from a distance in order to be able to elevate or drop them to the visitors. The installation will be available until the 1st of May.
To celebrate the Air Max Day 2015 on March 26, Nike decided to settle in the Parisian Metro. the ghost station, located between Republic and Strasbourg-Saint-Denis on line 9 to Pont de Sèvres, hosts a stunning light installation consists of red and blue giant bubbles, and a sparkling logo.
Australian artist Tanya Schultz, operating under the name Pip & Pop and ex-duo with Nicole Andrijevic, uses combinaisons of candies, glitter, colored sands, childish toys and vivid beads to create original floor installations. Fluorescent colors, kids’ universes and hypnotizing patterns, to discover in images.
Texas-based artist Gabriel Dawe continues to impress us with his installations of colorful threads Plexus. Here, it’s the “n° 27″ : still on the concept of taut threads in graduated colors, this time, the installation was set on the ceiling of the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville (Arkansas) for an exhibition called “State of The Art”.
“Object O” is a luminous installation made by designer Arnout Meijer and Paul van Laak, for the Amsterdam Light Festival 2014. To illustrate the contant changes of the urban light, at night and day, this piece shaped like a ring proposes an interpretation of infinite types of lightings that we can find in a city.
Created by The Barbarian Group, CenterStage is a human scale touch screen designed to introduce Samsung devices in retail environments. What is unique about CenterStage is the value of the high-end production made in partnership with the creative director Lutz Vogel and visual effects firm Method.
For the space exhibition “wonderWALL”, architects of LIKEarchitects have designed the installation “The Pool”, thought by Jen Lewin, in the middle of the commercial center of Lisbon. They have built a room closed by 20 000 stripes of black and white fabric. Inside, we can see a luminous ground that switches of colors by the contact of the feet’s passers-by.
Commissioned by The Edmonton Arts Council, Marc Fornes has designed “Vaulted Willow”, an exterior installation located at Borden Park d’Edmonton, Canada. Staying faithful to his peerless style, Marc Fornes makes a mark on everyone’s minds with this sculpture composed by 721 colorful aluminium pieces. Find out more in the gallery.