The Dynamic Tower, also known as the Da Vinci Tower is a planned 1,378 ft, 80-floor moving skyscraper in Dubai, United Arab Emirates designed by David Fisher. The tower will be constantly in motion changing its shape. Each floor will be able to rotate independently moving a maximum of 20 feet per minute making it one full rotation within 90 minutes. It will also generate electric energy for itself.
Olafur Eliasson’s art is driven by his interests in perception, movement, embodied experience, and feelings of self. Eliasson strives to make the concerns of art relevant to society at large. Art, for him, is a crucial means for turning thinking into doing in the world.
Eliasson’s diverse works – in sculpture, painting, photography, film, and installations – have been exhibited widely throughout the world. Not limited to the confines of the museum and gallery, his practice engages the broader public sphere through architectural projects and interventions in civic space.
Saraceno’s multidisciplinary artistic practice takes inspiration from a variety of sources ranging from architecture and space exploration to science fiction and geometries found in the biological sciences. Among these subjects, Saraceno has long included arachnology as a tool for the investigation of alternative constructions, forming the basis for recent exhibitions.
Like Droplets along the Strands of a Spider’s Web. For Saraceno, spider webs spark inquiry into possible modes to redefine relationships between humans and nature, proposing utopian conditions for sustainable societies. Entering into Saraceno’s installation on the ground floor of Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, perception is reoriented in a darkened environment dotted with glowing sculptures articulated in silvery spider silk. Formed of complex interwoven geometries suspended in air, each piece appears as a unique galaxy floating within an expansive, infinite landscape.
Keith Lemley's work is about seeing the unseen – the invisible presence which exists in our minds and surrounds all objects, experiences, and memories. I have developed a keen interest in being part of and observing natural systems, time and the process of life and death, and an aesthetic sensibility synthesizing the organic and the machine.
Pablo Valbuena develops art projects and research focused on space, time and perception.
Some key elements of this exploration are the overlap of the physical and the virtual, the generation of mental spaces by the observer, the dissolution of the boundaries between real and perceived, the links between space and time, the primacy of subjective experience as a tool to communicate and the use of light as prime matter.
NONOTAK studio is the collaboration between the illustrator Noemi Schipfer and the architect musician Takami Nakamoto. Commissioned by the Architect Bigoni-Mortemard to create a mural in the lobby of a public housing building in Paris, NONOTAK was created in late 2011.
In early 2013, they start to work on light and sound installations, creating an ethereal, immersive and dreamlike environment meant to envelope the viewer, capitalizing on Takami Nakamoto's approach of space & sound, and Noemi Schipfer's experience in kinetic visual.
Award winning German Fine Artist, Architecture & Landscape photographer
A french art director and illustrator based in Annecy. This specific piece of work was a series of illustrations made in collaboration with Dupont Dupont Store.
James creates unique and mesmerizing paintings that makes the art he creates come to life.
The relationship between a product’s form and its function has been shifting through out the history of industrial design. ‘Form follows function’ or ‘form is the function’ has almost become clichés in the field. They are ultimately the truths because they really help the realization of user-friendly products. In a world of consumerism, a design that is ‘both beautiful and useful’ means almost anything.
Created by Chengtao Yi
Diffusion Choir is a kinetic sculpture that uses 400 folding elements to reveal the movements of an invisible flock of birds. Its movements are always changing, driven by custom software running a flocking algorithm.
The sculpture was created by Sosolimited hangs in the atrium of 650 East Kendall Street in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and was commissioned by BioMed Realty.
"Memories of Paintings" is an experimental dreamlike video rocking us smoothly through circular moves. The visual compositions have been created out of paint, oil, Oat milk and soap liquid.
Clive Roddy is a designer and maker based in a small rural town near Bath, UK.
For the Gucci Herbarium Room of the Gucci 4 Rooms show, Osaka-born artist Chiharu Shiota transformed an iconic pattern of Gucci's new vision in all-embracing scale. Hers is a full immersion of Alessandro Michele's emblematic bicolored motif of branches, leaves and flowers.
Starting from fashion accessories, it expands over tapestries, old furnishings and decor to create an imaginary, dreamlike room. The intentionally dusty and old-fashioned space is wrapped by a tight grid of over 28km of red yarn, resembling a gigantic spider web that pushes it in and out of focus, transforming it into an optical illusion, like an elusive chimera.
Tobias Hägg is a photographer/filmmaker born and based in Eskilstuna, Sweden. He's passionate about adventures and to explore new places from a unique perspective. He started his Instagram journey under the name of @airpixels close to 1 year ago and it has really taken off. You can see one of his videos here.
Developed as a part of ongoing research into light and space, Tiles of Virtual Space is an interactive immersive installation that transforms a finite space into a vast, endless expansion using light and sound.
Created by Gabriel Pulecio, Infinity is intended as a space for reflection and self awareness. It is founded in an idea of a technology that is not distracting us from where we are but quite the opposite. Infinity reminds us that we are here, in the present moment, and that every step taken in any direction creates new ripples of light in time, building infinite structures of light that only can be seen by looking a bit further away than our own reflection.
It's Galaxy Year 1128992 AD，World Order Humanoids were invited to travel through space to visit our Mi Home. How on earth (pun intended) will they be able to handle our Mi products packed with tech breakthroughs?