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likeafieldmouse:

Damien Hirst - Suture Cabinet: Something Must Break (2008) - Acrylic and suture equipment

likeafieldmouse:

Damien Hirst - Suture Cabinet: Something Must Break (2008) - Acrylic and suture equipment

creativemornings:

The Rain Room is a hundred square meter field of falling water that you can walk through—without getting wet. Responding to human motion, the downpour pauses when it detects a visitor, allowing attendees of the exhibit to experience controlling the rain.

The installation is the work of rAndom International, a studio based out of Chelsea, London. The studio focuses on the intersection of art and technology, creating amazing pieces that come alive through audience interaction.

The installation opened at MoMA PS1 May 12th, and will be up until July 28th. Find out more about it here.

Interaction designer Stuart Wood spoke at our London event this past June, when we had our first themed month centered around Arts + Technology.

June, 20th 2013 @ 15:25 / 68 / Permalink

likeafieldmouse:

Jeff Koons - Coloring Book (1997-2005) - High chromium stainless steel with transparent color coating, installation at the Royal Academy, London

April, 21st 2013 @ 01:11 / 2843 / Permalink
blue-voids:

Teresita Fernandez - Night Writing, 2012

blue-voids:

Teresita Fernandez - Night Writing, 2012

devidsketchbook:

THE EVENT OF A THREAD

Ann Hamilton’s installation “the event of a thread” at the Park Avenue Armory

original video by Paul Octavious [tumblr]

[gif made by DevidSketchbook]

January, 27th 2013 @ 15:18 / 5404 / Permalink
joshuawenck:

TYPE installation.

joshuawenck:

TYPE installation.

Head On (2006) by Cai Guo Qiang 

99 life-sized replicas of wolves and glass wall
Art installation at the Guggenheim

December, 23rd 2012 @ 13:09 / 23 / Permalink
Damien Hirst – “Cock and Bull” for Tramshed Restaurant

tacticalshoyu:

Brooklyn artist Takeshi Miyakawa arrested for “planting false bombs”Brooklyn-based designer Takeshi Miyakawa was arrested on Saturday, May19, 2012 at 2am for “planting false bombs” – he was installing a new series light sculptures inspired by the I LOVE NY plastic shopping bags around the city in trees and on lamp posts as part of NY Design Week 2012. Miyakawa is currently still in custody. A facebook group has been set up where you can find, among other things, people and addresses to write to, requesting Miyakawa be set free. 

May, 23rd 2012 @ 02:16 / 38 / Permalink
Joe Rees, Belief, at Steven Wolf Fine Arts part of ArtPadSF

Joe Rees, Belief,
at Steven Wolf Fine Arts part of ArtPadSF

"Global Pursuit of Happiness" Installation of 520 “Lucky Cats” by Boris Petrovsky

May, 5th 2012 @ 21:22 / 9 / Permalink
pulmonaire:
Installation by Stefan Brüggemann
Robert Irwin: “1° 2° 3° 4°” (detail), 1997

Robert Irwin: “1° 2° 3° 4°” (detail), 1997

Farhad Moshiri

January, 20th 2012 @ 15:36 / 102078 / Permalink