The Capacitor, a kinetic sculptural installation that slowly moves and changes its internal light itensity, in response to collected weather data, by American artist John Grade at Kohler Arts Center.
Read more at design boom
check out Achim Menges’ HygroScope here
Installation view of a hole revealing wall painting of successive exhibition layers, titled Timekeeper, site specific at the Viennese Secession, created in 1999 by French artist Pierre Huyghe (prev. feat. here).
check out artist’s current exhibition at Centre Georges Pompidou.
Anamorphic typography installation at the Chicago Design Museum, by American graphic designer Thomas Quinn.
Paratropolis, a chaotic sculpture installation by German artist Alexander Biserama Becherer at Galerie Kesselhaus, Lahr.
previously: Unregistered Cities
Temporary installation at Rio de Janeiro’s international airport restrooms… [pic by WWT]
Boris Hoppek’s subversive installation at Passeig de Gràcia, Barcelona’s commercial avenue where the stock exchange is situated. No need for further explanations…
Performed for WeArt Festival
More Hoppek here + here
Work n°435 : Sunlight and Work n°534 : Sunset, by French artist collective Nøne Futbol Club, shown in May 2012 during the exhibition Fairy tales at the national school of fine art, Paris.
Photos by Anaïs Nieto
Installation view of Democracy, by Canadian artist Gisele Amantea at MASS MoCA, 2012.
previously: your wall is a camvas
X installation by Belgian architect and urban planner Luc Deleu of T.O.P. office, in Middelheim Park, Antwerpen. via
Staircase / domestic installation in Paris, titled Tree Hut, designed by French studio 37.2 architects
previously on 37.2: Room for London proposal
Kombu Dwellings, 2010
lacquered wood containers, collaboration with Gero Grundmann and Japanese artisans.
Tidal Ossuary, 2009
Various vessels made of found animal bones, silver and steel.
Cow leather benches, 2005
Co-Existence installation, 2009
9000 Petri-dishes with images of bacteria colonies, perspex, lighting
All works from German born -London based multidisciplinary designer Julia Lohmann
Thread installation by Berlin based Japanese artist Chiharu Shiota, for Galerie Daniel Templon- Art Basel 2013.
previously on artist: Father Memory + Waiting
Site specific sculptures by Utrecht based artist Jonas Wijtenburg
Large scale wooden installation, titled Baitogogo by Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira, Palais de Tokyo, Paris.
“Calm” by Shanghai based art collective MadeIn Company is an installation made of debris from construction sites, currently located at Vancouver’s outdoor exhibition space “Offsite“.
It is actually not made for people to walk on, rather than watching it slightly move by itself in a subtle wavy motion (watch video below and this news report)
Links to videos 1 & 2. via thisIsColossal.