Posts Tagged ‘sculpture’


Tape Recorders – literally

Not what you think! This cool exhibit uses tape measures to document time -time visitors stand in front of portions of the exhibit. Maybe if they used the ‘Big Max’ tape measure they wouldn’t crash so quickly. Check this out!

“Tape Recorders” – MCA Sydney (2011) by Rafael Lozano-Hemmer from bitforms gallery on Vimeo.

Source: Rafael Lozano-Hemmer


The Cardboard Pavilion

Architects Miguil Arraiz Garcia and David Moreno Terron designed and assembled this cardboard pavilion for the ‘Fallas’ festival in Spain. 3000 hexagonal boxes were glued and filled with earth to help anchor it to the plaza. The fear I had for it is shown at the end of the video… but on purpose. Fun, sculptural study. Take a look.

A battle is raging even though you donĀ“t know from Noel Arraiz on Vimeo.


Kinetic Furniture

Kinetic Furniture

This sculptural double-sided bench transforms as you ‘take a load off’. This was digitally designed to maximize 19 sheets of plywood with minimal waste. It looks like it would be comfortable…unless someone jumps on the other side!
See the original post here from the Contemporist