Archived Articles: Installation & Sound | Page 4
Art on the wall is one thing, but installations engage us with texture, light, color and sound, surrounding us and begging for interaction. They challenge conventions of the art world as well as the context of art itself, as these uncanny and unique projects illustrate in vivid three-dimensional form.
Tidying Up Art: Messy Masterpieces Made Neat & Clean
The Swiss are known for leading an orderly existence - imagine frustration at grandiose works of German art and the excesses of their French neighbors.
Don’t Trip: 4 Dizzying Rooms by 1 Surrealist Spatial Artist
Like some kind of strange spatial magician, Kyung Woo Han turns conventional furniture, fixtures, doors and windows into otherworldly scenes in crazy new ...
On Space Time Foam: Surreal Billowing Art Installation
PVC membranes provide a playground for visitors, requiring coordination between the people navigating its surface to keep them all from sliding to the center.
For The Love Of Santa! 22 Crazy Christmas Decorations
After several decades living in the same house, some people build up quite a collection of Christmas decorations... and it gets awesomely out of control.
Interactive Light Art Installation Operated by Smart Phones
A five-story light art installation in Frankfurt billows and contracts like a curtain or a veil, controlled by swipes of users' fingers on their smart phones.
Sound of the Earth: Vinyl Globe Plays Music of the World
Spin this black globe and you'll hear the music of the world. The Sound of the Earth by Yuri Suzuki is a spherical, interactive record player.
Neighborly Art: Surreal Sky Bridge Spans 2 Typical Homes
Houses can be isolating ... but what happens when you break down - or bridge - the gap created by yards and fences between two otherwise-ordinary homes?
Transit Transformed: Metro Cars Turned Mobile Art Galleries
Artists take over six Chicago metro train cars for an annual art installation that immerses commuters in strange landscapes of balloons, lights and more.
Deep Sea Mystery: Diving to Solve Underwater Crop Circles
At a depth of nearly 100 feet, what could possibly explain these radially-symmetrical patterns appearing on the ocean floor off the coast of Japan?
Musical Tree! Amplified Sound Art from Falling Chestnuts
A chestnut tree in a Berlin park has been transformed into an interactive music and light show, producing sound from chestnuts that fall on polymer membranes.