“Downtown art installation summons city skateboarders Shreveport Times Skateboardable Art: Professional skateboarder Steve Olson unveiled his latest project in downtown Shreveport Saturday -- a fully skateboardable art installation.”
“Walking Men is a public art installation featuring photos of different walk signals from around the world. The installation was created by photographer Maya Barkai, who enlisted an international te...”
“ A peculiar new installation just debuted at the 18th Biennale of Sydney. Called Anything Can Break, it's made up of origami cubes and clouds shaped like breasts that are hung from the ceiling of a large new gallery space in the recently renovated Museum of Contemporary Art Australia. Created by artist Pinaree Sanpitak, the clouds and cubes are illuminated by fiber optics and lined with motion sensors that trigger musical motifs in response to the audience's movement. Would be great to experience in person. Here's her statement about this particular installation: "Anything Can Break (2011) started with the concept of ‘breasts’ and ‘clouds’ and ‘fragility’ for a space perched on a mountainside facing a valley in the south of France in 2007. During the exhibition of Breasts and Clouds, artists, writers, and musicians were asked to select musical pieces inspired by the paintings. The gallery visitors could choose to listen to the soundtracks if they wish. There was about five and a half…”
Via Hunter Rion
“Obon” Artist Miya Ando released 1,000 non-toxic resin leaves coated w/ phosphorescence into a small pond in Puerto Rico. During the day the leaves would “recharge”, & by night, give off a ghostly, ethereal glow. The installation “Obon” was inspired by a Japanese Buddhist festival of the same name, & to simulate Puerto Rico’s bioluminescent bays, a natural phenomenon caused by dinoflagellates, photosynthetic underwater organisms that emit light when agitated. 2013 http://www.spoon-tamago.com/2012/06/14/obon-miya-ando-1000-floating-leaves/ ;
Via Anne Bak, Yenny Huber
“The Santiago Times Music, Wi-Fi and a giant foosball table bring life to Santiago's plazas The Santiago Times Portal said, for example, that he hoped to see interactive technology incorporated into the wooden, Tetris-like furniture used in future...”
“ Tommy Walker in User Experience Research Originally found on ConversionXL.com In a study by Google in August of 2012, researchers found that not only will users judge websites as beautiful or not w...”
Via Amalia Liogas
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