Tuesday, August 31, 2010
Chris Milk has created an interactive video, The Wilderness Downtown, that uses Google Maps technology to coordinate the video with where you live. While the video is going about a million mini screens pop up and disappear while the Arcade Fire's 'We Used to Wait' is playing. It's not perfect, but worth trying out.
Monday, August 30, 2010
Laura Belém's installation for Liverpool's 2010 Biennial, entitled 'The Temple of a Thousand Bells' is located inside the Oratory beside Liverpool Cathedral in St. James Cemetery. The work consists of a thousand hand-blown glass bells and an accompanying polyphonic soundtrack. The installation will be up until September 17th!
The installation is the work of Chinese artist Song Dong, in which he exposes the contents of his mother's home acquired over 50 years, "during which the concept of wu jin qi yong, or “waste not,” was a prerequisite for survival.” Waste Not” is Dong’s first solo museum show in the U.S.
Labels: art installation
Saturday, August 28, 2010
Okay, I'll be completely honest, I don't know a thing about cars other then what I think looks cool and what's comfortable. And this looks cool and comfortable and way out of my league. So if there are any car junkies reading this, here is a once in a lifetime treat from me, enjoy!