John Grades is an American artist who doesn’t stop impressing his public with monumental installations in museums or more surprisingly in nature. Inspired by the land art movement of the 60′s and 70′s, he creates sculptures which are more and more impressive over the years.
Mimi Son & Elliot Woods, aka Kimchi & Chips, imagined Light Barrier, an installation presented last June at Night New Media Festival in Nikola-Lenivets Russia. Consist of a multitude of calibrated beams to allow the appearance of geometric shapes, this allows creation dives us into a surreal atmosphere. A project co-commissioned by the British Council and FutureEverything to discover in video after the jump.
Based in Berlin, Olivia Steele is an artist who uses light and neons to add meaning and irony to a place. She creates spiritual baselines we can interpret as we want, by working a lot on typography and the style of her letters. Her work is to discover in bars, in cities and on photographs.
Introduced at the Biennale di Venezia 2014 – Architecture, “Fundamentals: Form-ContraForm” is an installation imagined by Dutch architecture agency Bekkering Adams architects. This artwork gathers 14 000 suspended balls in the shape of a cube lighted by a blue light. To discover through the photos of Jeroen Musch.
Co-founder of the visual label ANTIVJ, artist Olivier Ratsi has created the audiovisual and light installation “Onion Skin”. The concept is to recreate the different layers of the onion skin with perpective effects and a music composed by Thomas Vaquié. Produced by Nico Boritch, the installation is to discover in images and video.
Chinook Arc is an interactive illuminated sculpture by Creative Machines. The shape is inspired by the historic tramway loop of the city of Calgary. Visitors Chinook Arc have complete control over lighting by an optical sensor which projects the movements and colors on the installation.
Seon Ghi Bahk artist based in Seoul unveils its latest made charcoal works that hang from son nylon to form columns or abstract representations. Bahk work explores the complex relationship between nature and humanity. It uses charcoal, a natural substance created by the burning of trees to recreate architectural forms that humans use for shelter.