July 18, 2018

Designers Seek Funding for Massive Mirrored Orb to Hover Over Burning Man 2018

Burning Man is always home to creative art installations that bring together the Black Rock Desert community over the course of the weeklong festival. And now, Bjarke Ingels and Jakob Lange of Danish architecture firm BIG are looking to make a statement at the 2018 Burning Man Festival with The ORB. BIG, known for its innovative LEGO House and harbor baths in Copenhagen and Aarhus, is looking to reflect life at Burning Man with their mammoth mirrored sphere.

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July 12, 2018

Japanese Art Installation Lets Visitors Step Into a Living Dream World

Japanese digital art collective teamLab is known for creating epic digital art installations that immerse viewers and bring dream-like experiences to life. Their latest project, teamLab Planets TOKYO in Toyosu, presents a number of the collective’s best “body immersive” works, spanning across a 10,000-square-meter (approximately 107,640 square feet) exhibition space. Made using digital technology, many of the installations are designed to transform based upon viewer interactions.

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June 26, 2018

Playful ‘Color Factory’ Exhibition Is Coming to New York City This Summer

A post shared by Color Factory (@colorfactoryco) on Jun 14, 2018 at 5:01pm PDT The colors we choose to surround ourselves with can significantly affect our mood. While dark colors are usually associated with negative feelings, brighter colors are known to help boost your spirits. If you’re looking for your happy place, perhaps the upcoming pop-up exhibition by the Color Factory is exactly what you need.

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May 23, 2018

Artist Visualizes the Lengthy “Terms of Service” Agreements of Popular Social Media Apps

You may have noticed a recent upsurge in social media policy changes as a result of newly introduced data protection regulations. And while many of us feel it’s important to know how our online information is being used, it’s unlikely that every social media user actually spends the time needed to read every word of the small print in an app’s terms and conditions. Designer Dima Yarovinsky visualizes these lengthy (and often overwhelming)

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