These pop-ups, by Mengyu Chen, are essentially experiments for a comic book she is working on. I think they are pretty amazing all on their own.
Anthropomorphism runs through the work of Daniel Firman, an artist based in Paris. His sculptures are often rife with ideas and signifiers that speak to the matter around us, the matter we choose to surround ourselves with, the matter that makes us who we are.
Watertower, by Tom Fruin, is a breathtaking piece that lives in Brooklyn (of course). While it’s gorgeous enough during the day when sunlight streams through the coloured plexiglass, at night it also lights up with a programmed light show.
There’s an old watertower that I can see from my rooftop deck…I’m imagining the possibilities.
Exposure by Antony Gormley
A giant 85 feet tall sculpture in central Netherlands that took nearly six years to complete. The artist created the piece to react to the change in environment, specifically the rise of the sea levels.
Over time, should the rising of the sea level mean that there has to be a rising of the dike, this means that there should be a progressive burying of the work - AG