British artist Alex Chinneck is known for his mind-bending architectural sculptures that effortlessly combine the elements of art, design, and architecture. Whether in the form of an unzipped building, a structure turned on its head, or walls sliding down and cracking open to reveal what’s hidden behind them, his inventive sculptures always manage to challenge our perception of the world around us. A feat that always seems to transform the mundane into something remarkable.
The installation called The Vanished House exists as almost a specter on the grass.
After a two-year hiatus, Vivid Sydney finally came back.
Multimedia artist Kelly Heaton practices what she calls “creative electrical engineering” to make life-like circuits. Passionate about art and science since childhood, Heaton uses analog electronic hardware to produce printed bird circuits. These technological sculptures actually “chirp” and “sing” just like our avian friends, but with sounds entirely produced in an analog fashion. Akin to a vintage synthesizer, these dynamic sculptures show the life-like quality of technology.
Through her whimsical interventions, French artist Estelle Chrétien draws attention to the natural landscape.
Artist Jon Foreman creates awe-inspiring work from the nature that surrounds him.
Art collective group teamLab is known for transforming natural settings through unexpected and noninvasive means. After finishing their exhibition at Kairakuen Gardens in Okiyama, teamLab is setting up a new dreamscape in the Nagai Botanical Gardens in Osaka, which is set to debut this summer, 2022.
Artist Eric Rieger, aka HOTTEA, gathers loose threads to make monumental installations.
For over 20 years, French artist Olivier Grossetête has been creating what he calls Participative Monumental Constructions.
After a two-year hiatus, the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival was back for two weekends in the desert of southern California. Known for its headline-grabbing performances, the festival also includes incredible art installations that add to the magic of the event. Coachella 2022 was no exception and featured immersive pieces by 11 artists, architects, and designers from around the world.
If you visit Paris' Grande Hall during the spring and summer this year, you will come across a spectacular sight.
In the hands of Justin Bateman, colorful rocks can be arranged into just about anything.