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Posts tagged "sculpture"

Painting the mood of the city using social media as an input.

MONOLITT is an interactive installation that quite literally paints the mood of the city, using social media feeds as an input. The installation takes electronic signals and lets them manifest themselves in the physical world. Using sentiment analytics, the installation links tweets to corresponding colored paints in realtime, feeding them out through the top of the sculpture, letting them flow into a procedurally generated three-dimensional painting.

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H R Giger, (5 February 1940 - 12 May 2014).

Supermarket chain Morrisons has apologised after growing anger at its decision to beam a bread advert onto the Angel of the North.

"The under pressure supermarket tried to kick start a new price cutting move over the weekend by projecting an image of a baguette onto the Angel’s wings.

"The move was criticised by artist Antony Gormley, who has always wanted the artwork to stand without any interference isolated and unlit. Mr Gormley had a clause added to the original agreement when work on the Angel began in 1994, refusing permission to light the Angel…."

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"Homage to the master of suspense. 1 human skull, 1 spider web and 13 birds create a most intriguing figure…This sculpture is made from welded junk and casts a great shadow…"

Alfred Hitchcock The Birds Shadow Sculpture (by Junk Art)


Artist & Sculptor:

Yoshitoshi Kanemaki

"空的時刻 勿忘死亡"

H122 cm x W27 cm x D23 cm



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SPOTLIGHT: Valerie Hegarty’s Alternative Histories 

Truly breathtaking. NYC-based artist Valerie Hegarty’s artwork often poses as artifacts of art history gone awry.

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