British artist, physicist, and all-around science enthusiast Paul Friedlander produces kinetic light sculptures that provide a colorful feast for the eyes.The vibrating rope becomes invisible to the human eye, but colors from the light
New Growth/Stratum Model a site-specific installation by Kendall Buster was created for Suyama Space in Seattle, Washington, an alternative space for experimental sculptural projects created by curator Beth Sellers. Most people talk about.
light capturing movement in its purest form. by olafur eliasson. Perhaps something that would light up like a light sculpture at night but represent something figurative during the day, something enveloping or something like an oak leaf movement
Incredible kinetic light sculptures from scientific artist Paul Friedlander are dazzling examples of what happens when science and art collide. “I decided to focus on kinetic art: a subject in which I.
pH Studio are internationally recognized for the design and fabrication of ephemeral textile architecture and living environments. The studio explores the role of art and design in public space and society, and consults on creative strategies and fut
Paint pots are alive with the sight of music! Photographers' striking images show colourful splashes 'dancing' to sound
Painting with sound, awesome! The artist Martin Klimas splattered paint in different colors over the diaphragm of a speaker. Then turning the volume up, the vibration of the speaker sent the paint aloft in patterns.
Mark Nixon's "Chimecco," a kinetic sculpture ( by the Sea exhibition in Aarhus, Denmark.) We can hang some timber tubes/ pieces for people to interact with the installation and make music while walking through
At first glance, I thought this was a hologram or a projected image. It amazes me how someone could have the patience to ensure each piece of thread was in place in order to come up with this as the final product. Intensive labor and love for art.