Can you imagine walking through a room that is dramatically lit and there’s rain falling from the ceiling? You would expect to get soaking wet, right?
Think again… right now at The Barbican, London there’s an art installation by Random International at The Curve Gallery in which you control the elements. A 100 square foot field of falling water is before you and as you step into it you’d expect to get wet but, surprisingly you don’t. As you walk the water moves away from the area you’re in, but it still pours around you. Read More
In 2003 the building housing the Massachusetts Mental Health Center (MMHC) was slated for demolition to make way for updated facilities. To memorialize the building artist Anna Schuleit was commissioned, and faced with the difficult task of paying homage to the history of the building and the many lives it touched. Read More
Have you guys seen these amazing installations in Iceland by artist Theresa Himmer? The Mountain series consists of these large-scale sequin street art installations, “Glacier,” “Volcano” and “Waterfall.” The use of sequins allows them to reflect light, making them sparkle and appear to come alive like actual ripples of water or molten lava. I would love to see them in person!