m&m+M=3M

August 21st, 2008

m&m+M=3M by Nic Hess.

m&m+M=3M by Nic Hess

found at wrongdistance.com

You Will Hardly Know

August 13th, 2008

‘You Will Hardly Know’ by HÃ¥vard Homstvedt.

You Will Hardly Know by HÃ¥vard Homstvedt

found at vvork

Twice Over

August 7th, 2008

This installation is called ‘Twice Over‘ and was done by Tyler Coburn and Benjamin Farnsworth. It is a digital clock combined with some neon tubes. This is its schedule:

08:00:00pm Open Set / Midnight GMT
12:00:00am Empty Set
12:45:00am End Cycle

I’m not sure if you really could read the time from it. If you want to see what happens then go and watch the movie here.

EDIT:
Tyler Coburn just send me some more information about this project:

(2008), a collaboration with Londoner Benjamin Farnsworth, attempts to build a trans-temporal, trans-spatial communication device. Consisting of a digital clock and neon sculpture, our piece measures the distance between midnight (Greenwich Mean Time) and my local midnight (New York City). The observatory in Greenwich, England has always held a fascination for me, particularly because one can visit it and spatially inhabit the origin-point of time. Twice Over attempts a similar spatio-temporal collapse in a machine that nightly makes a transatlantic journey from an open to an empty set, and from one midnight to another.

Twice Over by Tyler Coburn and Benjamin Farnsworth

found at vvork

p-e 07

July 15th, 2008

p-e 07 by Daniel Firman‘p-e 07′ by Daniel Firman.

Das Patent

July 14th, 2008

Das Patent by BANK

You can form any letter with ‘Das Patent’ by BANK.

Das Patent by BANK

NY-space

July 8th, 2008

‘NY-space’ by Simone Decker: wood, mirror, neon, one-way observation glass.

NY-space by Simone Decker

NY-space by Simone Decker

NY-space by Simone Decker

Loris Gréaud – Cellar Door

June 11th, 2008

Loris Gréaud was the first French arstist under 30 to take over the Palais de Tokyo, a museum in Paris. His exhibition ‘Cellar Door‘ ran earlier this year and from what I can gather from the internet it looked really good. So here are some of his artworks.

Space Distortion by Loris Gréaud

Space Distortion by Loris Gréaud

Forest of Gunpowder Trees by Loris Gréaud

Loris Gréaud

All photos by Jungle Jim!

Disguised in Perham

May 23rd, 2008

Disguised in Perham by Franco Angeloni

Disguised in Perham by Franco Angeloni.

6 5 – 6 13 – 7 5

May 19th, 2008

6 5 - 6 13 - 7 5 by Sabina Hörtner

‘6 5 – 6 13 – 7 5′ by Sabina Hörtner.

Neon

May 16th, 2008

Neon by Marek Kvetan

Neon by Marek Kvetan

Neon by Marek Kvetan.


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