The architectural structures inspired the sound platforms of Swiss artist Zimoun.
The Art and Design London United Visual Artists (UVA) office especially loves playing with elements of sculpture, architecture, performance and installations, in order to reduce the gap between passivity and contribution active spectators.
In this area of tension halfway between technology, science, urban planning and architecture, „towninbox“ contrasts with the traditions of urbanism.
As a student of Ólafur Elíasson, the French-speaking Suisse Julian Charrière has a perfect understanding of the phenomenon of perception. He is currently working to create self-managed structures readjusting our perspective and expectations.
Interactive scenery made of paper transforms this space and burns the boards.
Since its inception in 1999, the Numen group of artists formed by Christoph Katzler, Sven Jonke and Nikola Radeljkovic designs and manufactures transparent artistic landscapes in public places.
Shan Blume builds laser installations constituting hybrid architectures and usable sculptures that create optical effects in the room.
Korean artist’s Choi Jeongmoon “Drawing in Space” takes the thread of our perception and stimulates the brain to imagine the continuity of already drawn landmarks, surfaces, lines, contrasts and perspectives, thus creating a space and a single depth effect.
Yesterday, yes, kids‘ day, I went to the Olympus Playground Exhibition in Berlin. It wouldn’t be the first time when a brand uses a BTL strategy to promote a new product, but Olympus did it in a pretty “lustig” way.