Valentin Ruhry is a contemporary artist who conceived this work called “Hello World”, consisting of hundreds of electrical switches, offering to show this expression. Installation presented in 2011 Austrian Cultural Forum New York to discover images in the future.
Californian artist Pae White settled at Peckham’s South London Gallery an amazing installation made up of a 48 kilometre network of threads. Her work is often constructed from fragile materials that are utilised for large-scale sculptural works. More images of this great creation to discover in the article.
The artist duo Christo and Jeanne-Claude have created a beautiful indoor installation for the Gasometer Oberhausen. Presented until the end of 2013, this ball “Big Air Package” 90 meters high and 50 meters in diameter inflated is impressive and in which visitors can enter. More in the article.
Capitol Designer Studio asked architects Lily Jencks and Nathanael Dorent to create an installation called Pulsate using tiles SistemN from brand Marazzi. Creating a beautiful and visually stunning sight offered to all in Primrose Hill in London until October 2013. More in the future.
The artist duo from Finland Grönlund-Ninusen has created this kinetic sculpture called “Unstable Matter.” Presented until recently Esther Schipper in Berlin, the moving table causes the movement of thousands of steel balls arranged on its surface. Creation to discover in video in the continuation.
The Cameroonian artist Pascale Marthine Tayou likes to use everyday objects to create amazing works. His latest creation on display at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome, called Plastic Bags and proposes a structure 10 meters high composed of thousands of bags to symbolize consumerism of our society. More in the future.
Chinese artist Ai WeiWei installed as part of his exhibition at Galleria Continua in San Gimignano in Italy, 760 bikes stacked, tied and fastened together to give a sprawling creation. Amazing facility remembering his previous intervention Forever Bicycles to discover in images in the future.