Spatializing ‘Missing’ by The xx with @Sonos / project by @aramique @cibomahto @kcimc @jondashkyle is part of Coexist, an exhibition cycle at the Sonos Studio in Los Angeles that attempts to explore the “relationship between man and machine.” The Missing part of that exhibit, on display through Dec. 23, uses 50 speakers, two hacked Kinect 3-D cameras, and a whole lot of code and robotics to create an environment where people are moving through the music and interacting with the speakers, without even trying. – writes Wired.
“Nathan Sawaya uses toy bricks to create unique sculptures, from anguished figures to an enormous T rex. About 80 sculptures made from more than a million bricks are on show at the Old Truman Brewery in London from 26 September to 4th.”
Fanny Allié - The Glowing Homeless 72in x 22in x 7in, neon light, 2011
"Public Art event organized by Bring to Light NYC (Nuit Blanche), in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. The Glowing Homeless is a neon outline of a human form resting on a park bench. Representing the homeless person sound asleep amongst the park’s crowds, through a rendering of neon light, I created an alluring object for Bring to Light NYC (Nuit Blanche). Through my implementation of attractive materials, I reversed the normal reaction of avoidance, and drew people towards the form on the bench."