Using a radio-controlled release system, Barbara Probst triggers simultaneous shots of the same event, gesture or action from different distances and angles. This moment multiplied into several views constitutes an exposure, a constellation of perspectives that induces multifaceted, sometimes contradictory readings of the image. Barbara Probst is not interested so much in what is represented […]
The premise of One Hour Photo is simple: project a photograph for one hour, then ensure that it will never be seen again. The experience of One Hour Photo is also, on the surface, simple, almost programmatic: project one work per hour, each by a different artist, for the duration of the exhibition; provide a simple, meditative […]
Refreshment: The Art of Perpetual Evaporation | Colossal. Water is spilled on a stone pavement leaving a small stain. As time passes the stain dries up, shrinks and changes shape. Just before the water is completely evaporated the process is put on hold. The new shape of the stain is then being enlarged and […]
Momentum: Large Format Photos of Chalkboards from Quantum Mechanics Institutions by Alejandro Guijarro | Colossal.
All images : © Magdalena Jetelovà A GEOLOGICAL EPIPHANY: MAGDALENA JETELOVÀ’S ICELAND PROJECT (1992) Magdalena Jetelovà is a Czech artist living in Munich, Düsseldorf and Prague. She became famous for her large wooden sculptures of furnitures (tables, chairs and stairs in Durmast wood) and for her 1990′s installations, such as “Domestication of Pyramids“. Starting from the 1990′s […]
Piccadilly Community Centre 2011 Installation view, Hauser & Wirth Piccadilly, London, England Photo: Guilhem Alandry Artists — Christoph Büchel — Images and clips — Piccadilly Community Centre — Hauser & Wirth.
Choros from Michael Langan on Vimeo. Released three weeks ago after a year on tour at various film festivals, Choros is the latest experimental art film from director Michael Langan the explores the movement of the human body, specifically the motion of dancer Terah Maher. Choros follows in the steps of Eadweard Muybridge, Etienne-Jules Marey, and Norman McLaren, all […]
Time-lapse Images of Nude Dancers Created with 10,000 Individual Photographs NY-based photographer Shinichi Maruyama created these lovely photographs using nearly 10,000 individual photographs of a nude dancer in motion. The abstract images remind me of Japanese ink wash painting, as if the figures were cread by the stroke of a thick brush, which is not unsuprising considering […]
Ontario-based ceramicist Steve Irvine caught this wonderful long exposure shot of fluttering moths swirling around a floodlight at night. Via National Geographic: Fluttering wings leave lacy trails as moths beat their way to a floodlight on a rural Ontario lawn. The midsummer night’s exposure, held for 20 seconds, captured some of the hundreds of insects engaged in […]
via Video Timelapse of Kurt Perschke’s Giant Inflatable RedBall UK Project | Colossal. This summer, New York artist Kurt Perschke brought his famous RedBall project to the UK for the first time, installing his massive inflatable red ball in a total of 20 sites around the country. Photos of the public installations flooded the news and photo sharing sites […]
even*cleveland: bulles géantes.
Impermanent Sand Paintings by Andres Amador | Colossal.
Pictures taken by Hazel Larsen Archer while she was a student at Black Mountain College. MONDOBLOGO: black mountain college dance.
The 2011 Christchurch earthquake was the largest natural disaster in New Zealand’s history, claiming the lives of 181 people and leaving behind nearly $30 billion in rebuilding costs. Touched by the events of that February day, photographer Fabrice Wittner set out to confront the destruction the best way he knew how: by making […]
If there’s a single thing that keeps me working in design, it’s that moment when you look at something for the first time and it simply takes your breath away. That’s exactly what happened when I saw these beautiful Wind Paintings from artist Bob Verschueren. Verschueren worked in the 1970s […]
Things Organized Neatly.
Fruits Skewer 2011, Nijmegen (NL) Anti-vandalism furniture, fruits, 0,5 x 0,5 m Rock’n Gum 2010, Rennes (FR) Chewing gum sticker, tattoo pattern, 30 x 30 cm http://www.demodetouslesjours.eu/
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Italy: Bad Day for Sultan Berlusconi as Millions of Women Demand He Resign via Italy: Bad Day for Sultan Berlusconi as Millions of Women Demand He Resign – Boing Boing.
In March of 2010, Jim Denevan and his crew created a large scale artwork on the frozen surface of Lake Baikal, Siberia. The spiral of circles, along a fibonacci curve, grow from an origin of 18″ to several miles in diameter. 'You've got to support whatever grand scheme, whether it's yours or someone else's. You […]
Holy dueling Gallic phallic symbols, Batman! French journalist Aude Baron tells Boing Boing, On Friday, if you were going to the Eiffel Tower, in Paris, you could see a giant penis! It was drawn into the snow covering the grass. A Dutch tourist took a picture and posted it on Twitter. Amazing view! But what […]
Michael Sirianni :: Slow Burn.
Dan Graham «Time Delay Room» This closed-circuit installation was varied by Dan Graham six times following the same structural set-up as described below: «Two rooms of equal size, connected by an opening at one side, under surveillance by two video cameras positioned at the connecting point between the two rooms. The front inside wall of […]
A North Korean anniversary and debut – The Big Picture – Boston.com.
Andy Goldsworthy Via evencleveland: left behind.
Performers form a “human sculpture” on Sunday during a piece entitled “Bodies in Urban Spaces” by choreographer Willi Dorner. (Bryan Derballa for The Wall Street Journal) Bodies in Urban Spaces – Photo Journal – WSJ.
Dimitri Tsykalov – BOOOOOOOM! – CREATE * INSPIRE * COMMUNITY * ART * DESIGN * MUSIC * FILM * PHOTO * PROJECTS.
FFFFOUND! | her0in_chic on Xanga.
Dust script | Jerome Rigaud.
The Trap of Goddess – Miyake Genro via
Hello, world! is a real installation for the virtual globe of the software Google Earth. A Semacode measuring 160×160 metres was mown into a wheat field near the town of Ilmenau in the Land Thuringia. The code consists of 18×18 bright and dark squares producing decoded the phrase “Hello, world!”. The ambition was to have […]
Rainbow « Helmut Smits. Title: Rainbow Year: 2010 Materials: acrylic paint Photos by Lotte Stekelenburg
’ve just rediscovered the amazing paper art by . It’s not really clear if he really folds the paper or if he rubs the lines into the paper. Anyway, amazing work! Some of these pieces are more abstract than his previous work. via Folded Paper – today and tomorrow.
ërell // St Etienne Zone commercial Alphabet on Flickr – Photo Sharing!.
Last week a group of cyclists dumped 13 gallons of paint on the road at Berlin’s busy Rosenthaler Platz, creating a series of colourful lines as cars drove through. The various colours of paint were dumped onto the road in large puddles at different locations throughout the intersection. As traffic drove through, the paint was […]
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Laser tagging by http://graffitiresearchlab.com/ IMG_3744 on Flickr – Photo Sharing!.
Right Middle Finger,†2007, digital C-print, 43 x 34.5 via Kevin Van Aelst.
Sara and I have been following the work of Sten and Lex in Italy for many years. We’ absolutel love their latest body of work, created for their current solo show at the CO2 GALLERY in Rome. They call this recent series “Poster Stencils” because, in essence, they are both stencils and posters at the […]
today and tomorrow – Page 16 http://www.jan-kath.de/ They are based on classic patterns from Italian wall coverings and Indian saris. The carpets are produced by weavers at manufacturing sites in Kathmandu. But their final look is caused by acid, which makes the patterns fade and disappear. The customer cannot only define the color, materials, size, […]
An inquiry as to whether birds would eat bread in the shape of their own. In this case, Chicago pigeons would not. today and tomorrow – Page 8 http://daytoncastleman.com/home.html
Japanese apples. Photography by Jane Alden Stevens
This past winter, the snow stayed so long we almost forgot what the ground looked like. In Detroit, there is little money for plowing; after a big storm, the streets and sidewalks disappear for days. Soon new pathways emerge, side streets get dug out one car-width wide. Bootprints through parks veer far from the buried […]
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