purestform: reblogged ahnini via rhizome
“Japanese audiovisual artist. His works take on multiple forms such as screening works, recordings, installation and live performance. Kurokawa composes time based sculpture with digital generated materials and field recorded sources, and the minimal and the complexities coexist there.
Title: Arthur C. Clarke
sculptures by hiroyuki hamada, via but does it float. “The only way of discovering the limits of the possible is to venture a little way past them into the impossible”
by Antony Gormly, 2008. stainless steel wire. sculptures-chronology.
by Christiane Keller, diploma project, 2009. “dataMorphose is an interactive installation which projects data into real space and visualizes it three-dimensionally. Information is represented by spanned and moving sails directly in the room. Thus abstract and virtual data becomes real and tangible. As the user takes new positions and perspectives, he can experience a completely novel and sensual perception of data.” [video]
Kinetic Wave Sculptures
by Reuben Margolin. “On the spiral wave the original concept came during a rafting trip, every time you paddle, there is this spiral sort of eddy coming off the back of the paddle in the water, and after 10 days of looking at that thing i had a spiral wave more or less figured out. So then i came back here to my shop [..]” via make magazine, hazel-lim
System of Knowing
by R. Justin Stewart (behance). Installation, sculpture, mixed media, colorful. Zip ties, teflon orings, ink on paper, wood, paint. 2009
by john douglas powers, 2006. wood, steel, paper, cat iron, typewriters and electric motors. video. dont miss dream and undulations.
Skin of spaces 02
by Daisuke Hiraiwa. “This work is composed of around 1400 disposable plastic knives drilled holes by hand.” shown at the Imm Cologne 2009.
Gone with the wind
by claire morgan, 2008. material: strings, feathers.
Kinetic Sculpture - BMW Museum, Munich
by art+com. “The Kinetic Sculpture is a metaphorical translation of the form-finding process in design. The installation consists of 714 metal spheres hanging from thin steel wires attached to individually controlled stepper motors.” dont miss the making of, explained by Jussi Ängeslevä. my favorites are the story development diagram and the 2d elevation maps to drive the 3d motion of the metal spheres. Art directed by Patrick Kochlik.
by Arik Levy. crystal-inspired piece, rapid prototyped by .MGX, shown in milan at the Swarovski Crystal Palace exhibition. “Osmosis: Through the membrane of experiencing the transition from real to virtual, from solid to a metaphor, visual and emotional perception transforms.”
Furrow and untitled cedar sculpture
Ben Butler, Sculptures & Installations at Zg Gallery, Chicago. “The spirit of science, of discovery and illumination, is central to Ben Butler’s art. Ultimately, everything made is first found. Yet, for both art and science, successful work must allow others not to simply rediscover what you have discovered, but to make, through the work, their own discoveries. The work then remains alive. “
via toxi and generator.x
A Piece of Flat Globe Vol.5
an impressive collection of layered paper cut objects by Noriko Ambe. “When I am drawing or cutting lines, I am interested in observing the power of the changing growing shape. This dynamic shape becomes an entity in itself, “Another geography.” In a sense, the empty space is myself, and the materials represent the present world.”
via leonel cunha