Actually the alternative meeting space was designed as part of a collaboration between the center’s founder and director, Leos Valka, and architect Martin Rajnis who won the 2014 Global Award for Sustainable Architecture.
It’s a world of pure imagination, a children’s world.
Our aim for the world of contemporary art is to spread and get partially interconnected with the world of literature, Valka shared with the AP at a preview event this week. Idea is to depict nature itself, in this case animals, out of materials that are responsible for destruction, he shares with Colossal. In this way he hopes to make environmental destruction more visible. Let me tell you something. Through his art, Bordalo I hopes to draw attention to our culture’s uncontrollable production of waste.
Bordalo I was amongst many artists recently involved with the Unexpected art project in Ft.
He also constructed a flying squirrel at Street Art Jam 2016 in Estonia, and a few pieces for the Aruba Art Fair.
Smith, Arkansas where he created a totally new fox and opossum. Bay recently noticed that quite a few spiders exhibit unusual behavior in addition to their shiny appearance. Considering the above said. For the last a couple of years Singaporebased photographer Nicky Bay is documenting the life of the mirror spider, an unusual arthropod whose abdomen is covered in bright reflective panels that appear almost metallic. Will instead be utilized as a public gathering space for readings, performances, and debates about literature, the 138foot structure won’t be taking to the sky anytime soon. Now, an enormous object resembling a zeppelin has just been built atop the Dox Center for Contemporary Art in Prague. Seeing opportunity just under his feet, artist Christo Guelov wondered how a mundane street crossing may be turned into a thing of beauty.
You can see far more of the project on his website.
Whenever working with a palette of friendly colors to paint fun geometric patterns on streets across the city, the Bulgarian artist transformed dozens of pedestrian crossings in Madrid as part of his series Funnycross.
It turns out the possibilities are probably endless, like the design of a chair or the face of a watch.
Except for the fact that all details on the work are completely false, the Staten Island Ferry Disaster Memorial blends in withthese weathered monuments. While giving just enough insight into a historic event or landmark, monuments and vaguely descriptive plaques are commonplace around cities and heavily trafficked tourist areas. For example, desiring the works to also live in individual homes, he has created a Kickstarterto begin production on three different kinds of smaller types, domestic tables. Furthermore, shapiro was producing the Sisyphus sculptures for almost 20 years, and has permanent installations of his works in Switzerland, Germany, and Australia. Yes, that’s right! Car bumpers, tires, door panels, mountains of malleable plastic bumpers, and even entire vehicles are stacked and bolted to the sides of buildings to resemble everything from pelicans to foxes and tiny rodents. Whenever taking form as he interprets the available materials, the pieces grow ‘onsite’.
Portuguese artist Bordalo I begins every of his animal sculptures in a grimy hunt for raw materials in junk yards or abandoned factories, instead of contemplating a series of sketches or attempting to envision how an artwork will come together. After the fictional protagonist and narrator of Jonathan Swift’s famous Gulliver’s Travels, the airship has officially been named Gulliver. You have to follow Colossal on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, and Instagram. I am sure that the elaborate hoax was six months in the making, and is also seen byReginella as a multimedia art project and social experiment. You see, thewebsite,and fliers distributed around Manhattan by his team, give a false location for a museum, ironically a place you must get to by ferry.