On the set of Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom, photographed by Niko Tavernise.
stop for a minute and realize you are a 10lb brain piloting a slab of meat
Kinetic art piece by Benjamin Muzzin creates 3D light sculptures using a flat screen monitor spinning at high speeds - video embedded below:
With this project I wanted to explore the notion of the third dimension, with the desire to try to get out of the usual frame of a flat screen. For this, my work mainly consisted in exploring and experimenting a different device for displaying images, trying to give animations volume in space. The resulting machine works with the rotation of two screens placed back to back, creating a three-dimensional animated sequence that can be seen at 360 degrees. Due to the persistence of vision, the shapes that appear on the screen turn into kinetic light sculptures.
— James Turrell (via deliciousdimension)
Afrum White (1967), James Turrell
Bene Rohlmann is a German artist who lives and works in Berlin. He practiced various techniques to create art: photography, illustration and collage. Although best known for his sarcastic and cynical drawings, he also creates fantastic collages based on vintage magazines and books. Bene describes his collages as”weird cut&paste scenarios” and shares them on Glue-Paper-Scissors.
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