Posts tagged installation
A recreation in miniature, of the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil disaster that took place on the Deep Water Horizon oil rig, which exploded and sunk causing the largest off shore oil spill in US history. The mixed-media peformance which hosted by Stephan Banz’s installation at the OK Offenes Kulturhaus Linz, Austria as part of the Ars Electronica Festival. This performance was orginally commissionned by Invisible Dust.
Watch the video here!
Karina Smigla-Bobinski lives and works as a freelance artist in Munich and Berlin in Germany. She studied painting and visual communication at the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow, Poland and Munich, Germany. She works as an intermedia artist with analog and digital media. She produces and collaborates on projects ranging from interactive and mixed reality art in form of installations, objects, in-situ&online-art-projects, art interventions and multimedia physical theater performances, to digital and traditional painting, analog interactive installations or kinetic sculptures. Since 2013 she is member of The Dream Team of artists, architects and designers by the DiBari Innovation Design Associates & Partners Studio. She is also an lecturer in the Department of Art and Design at the University of Applied Sciences in Augsburg (Germany).
James Nizam, Skylight/Visible Light, 2013
Kevin Tadge - Film
Derek Paul Boyle, 2013
The hovering installations featured in this ongoing series of photographs are inspired by self-organizing, “emergent” systems in nature such as termite mounds, swarming locusts, schooling fish and flocking birds. The images attempt to tap the mixture of fear and fascination that those phenomena tend to evoke, while creating an uneasy interplay between the natural and the manufactured and the real and the imaginary. At the same time, each image is an experiment in juxtaposition. By constructing the installations from unexpected materials and placing them where they seem least to belong, I aim to tweak the margins of our visual vocabulary, and to invite fresh interpretations of everyday things.
"Being rich is not about how much money you have or how many homes you own; it’s the freedom to buy any book you want without looking at the price and wondering if you can afford it." —John Waters
Krištof Kintera - Sleeping Tom